The case for Scan Control(s) !

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  1. godzillex

    godzillex Registered Member

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    Question on Scan Control(s) !

    Just wondering....

    Question #1:
    If I were to do a "System Testing / Full System Scan", would I get the same complete scan as when I check all of the options in the "System Testing / Scan Control", move all the scan items to "Current Scan List" window, and then "Start Scanning"?

    Question #2:
    What about "Normal Scan", and "Quick Scan" commands? What are they equivalent to in terms of the items which appear under the "System Testing / Scan Control" ?

    Thanks.
     
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  2. Pilli

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    The Help file is your friend :) Please read the help file for a list of all the tests.
    Here are two examples:

    1.Full System Scan

    The full system scan will perform the following tasks:

    System Files CRC32
    Live Process Files
    Live Process Memory Space
    Memory Objects
    Memory Mutexes
    Registry & File Traces
    Services & Drivers (NT\2K)
    Scan All Logical Drives

    2. Quick Scan

    The quick scan will perform the following tasks:

    System Files CRC32
    Live Process Files
    Registry & File Traces
    Services & Drivers (NT\2K)
    Scan In %WINDIR%

    If you open the file "Quick Scan.txt" in the TDS-3\config\scans\ directory you can include/exclude the types of scans the 'Quick Scan' performs

    To view more details about creating your own scan lists, click
     
  3. godzillex

    godzillex Registered Member

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    Thanks Pilli. It certainly does help to read the Help file :rolleyes:
     
  4. Feivel

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    Ya think they named it the help file cause it helps?
     
  5. godzillex

    godzillex Registered Member

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    I suppose Help files usually do! ;)
     
  6. Jooske

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    The helpfiles in the various DiamondCS products are more educative manuals. And they do help too :) when reading them at least.
    Where do you think i find so many answers on user's questions, except from the many support emails in the past, own experience, two whole users forums and the helpfiles. Quite a remarkable database all together, partly in my own memory.
     
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