In 2011 I asked for a feature to start a scan from the commandline. At that point, we had updated from 2.7 to 4.2 and lost the functionality. It was then mentioned that it would be back in 4.3 Now we have upgraded to Endpoint Antivirus 5.0.5126 and still I cannot find this function. If it is present, how can it be used? What I need is a command that triggers an in-depth scan of the computer, just like the one that can be started from the GUI, and that will report back the result to the Remote Administrator. I know about ecls /auto but it only writes to stdout and does not create a result event for the Remote Administrator. I know how to schedule scans that run at a certain time, but I only want to run the task in the weekend from a script that runs on each workstation after a wake-on-LAN has been done. I don't want to bother the users with a scan that runs when they are using the computer. So how can I just start a scan, wait for it to complete, and then continue in a script.