Command Line Scan Leave C:\PROGRAM file in root of C:\ Drive!
Have an intresting one. It appears that at somepoint a Scheduled scan has initiated a command line Scan which
leaves a file C:\PROGRAM in root of C:\ Drive!
Looking at the contenetns of the file it is obvious that it the log file of the scan and sould have been in a F-Secure log directory but the command was specified something lilke
C:\PROGRAM intel 386 f-secure\antivirius\logs\report.txt
When it ran it stripped everything off after the first space and dumped the report file in C:\PROGRAM
I would imagin if the command line option for this had be quoted like:
"C:\PROGRAM intel 386 f-secure\antivirius\logs\report.txt"
The all would have been good!
This came to light on the next re-boot when Win 7 checks detected the C:\PROGRAM file and complaied about it!
Does anyone know where I can check the command line settings for such scheduled commands? So I can see if I can change anything to make this work properly, or at least not leave rubbish files around in thye wronh places!