V2.7 NOD32 exclusions

Discussion in 'Other ESET Home Products' started by rpelletier, Sep 9, 2008.

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  1. rpelletier

    rpelletier Registered Member

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    Wow, with XMON, AMON, IMON, EMON - why can't they just give their modules descriptive names?

    Anyway, I wasn't sure if this was the appropriate forum, as I'm not sure if this is a NOD32 V 2.7 for Exchange issue or if it's a question relating to the ERAC.

    I can't find out where to set up exclusions for scheduled scans. I understand that there are some files and folders that shouldn't be scanned. In fact, in the AMON section of the Configuration Editor, I have 30 entries in the exclusions list.

    However, I am unable to find any place to put such a list together for on-demand scans.

    Can anyone help?

    Thanks.
     
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    Anyone? Can exclusions be set up for on-demand scans? Or, does the Exclusions setup under AMON also apply to on-demand scans?

    I can't figure out why it is so hard to get specific answers to such questions...
     
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    Exclusions for on-demand scans are no supported in 2.7, only 3.0 unfortunately.
     
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    rpelletier Registered Member

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    Unbelievable!

    It is just not safe to scan certain files - especially certain Exchange files, but there are other folders on a domain server that shouldn't be scanned for various reasons.

    So the only way to protect an SBS server is to use real-time protection only, and not perfrom scans?

    Has anyone heard when (if?) a Version 3 for Exchange will be released?

    Man, what a cheesy piece of software! It takes days to get questions answered and even basic av software features are either difficult to configure or aren't available...
     
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