Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by analyzer, Jan 16, 2004.
What command line should I put in ?
You can browse to "C:" (It may be different) C:\Program Files\Eset\nod32.exe and it's the NOD32 Scanner.
Consider that AMON will detect any viruses that can enter to you PC, and if this compressed, AMON will detect it when descompressed.
Sir_Carew is right, however, this feature might be useful when the user downloads an archive. I suggest you browse for nod32.exe and use the following parameters:
...\Eset\nod32.exe /arch+ /scanmem- /ah /quit+
If no virus is found the scanner window will be closed automatically after the scan has completed.
Hello Marcos ,
Exist a command to start nod scanner minimized when it's called using the command line?
Unfortunately, not yet. We will consider implementing a switch that would enable that.
A workaround for this is:
- write a batch file containing the command line to start nod32.exe, but prefix it with "start /MIN " -- this will start the application minimised.
Eg the command in the batch file could be:
start /MIN "C:\Program Files\Eset\nod32.exe" /arch+ /scanmem- /ah /quit+
Then kick off the batch file rather than nod32 directly. You will see a command prompt window open and close very briefly.
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