Multi-AV - what if your OS is on the E: drive?

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Do I need to edit all the bat files, or do I just run it off of the c:
drive, save the reports there, and tell the various scanners to just scan
the e: drive?

Re: Multi-AV - what if your OS is on the E: drive?


| Do I need to edit all the bat files, or do I just run it off of the c:
| drive, save the reports there, and tell the various scanners to just scan
| the e: drive?

Everything is hard-coded in the scripts to exist in;  C:\AV-CLS


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Dave
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Re: Multi-AV - what if your OS is on the E: drive?


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Does that mean I can't run it to scan the registry and the OS if it's on
the E: drive, or does it just mean that the program and reports will reside
on the C: drive and I can scan any and all other drives?

Re: Multi-AV - what if your OS is on the E: drive?




| Does that mean I can't run it to scan the registry and the OS if it's on
| the E: drive, or does it just mean that the program and reports will reside
| on the C: drive and I can scan any and all other drives?

It means that the C:\AV-CLS tree *MUST* exist on the the "C:" drive.  It doesn'r
cae if
the OS is in E:\WINDOWS (or whatever) but all the scripts ASSUME all files are
located in
the; C:\AV-CLS tree.

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Dave
http://www.claymania.com/removal-trojan-adware.html
http://www.ik-cs.com/got-a-virus.htm



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