Spector Pro

Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus' started by sjwiehe, Sep 8, 2011.

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  1. sjwiehe

    sjwiehe Registered Member

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    I have loaded Spector Soft's Spector Pro on two laptops. Both running Windows 7 and both with the latest version of NOD32. Both laptops are identical version HP's.

    One laptop has been running fine; NOD32 is ignoring the logging software via the Exclusions list as input into NOD32. Everything is perfect

    The other laptop NOD32 continues to quarantine/delete the Spector Pro files. It appears that exclusion list within NOD32 continues to disappear. In other words, once I get the software installed, all of the files excluded from NOD32, I come back a day or so later, and the software has been quarantined by NOD32 and the exclusion file list is empty.

    I'm stuck. Any advice would be appreciated.
     
  2. Marcos

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    Couldn't it be that the computer in question connects to ERAS serving a policy that has no exclusions defined and thus removing the existing exclusions on the client?
     
  3. sjwiehe

    sjwiehe Registered Member

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    It's a standalone install. (that I think) I or where can I see where this would be enable/disabled?
     
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