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  • Thanks for the help Nik.. :)
  • That will do it! Thanks Nik ..
  • No.. I'm not saying it's any different, but when the exclusions for my internal drives 'D' & 'E' were classified as such, the scheduler did NOT scan those drives, but in this version it does. Irrespective of this, why is there no facility in the scheduling part to specify what scans I as the user would like. The manual…
  • Well, it actually states on the scheduled scan screen that it will scan all archives/harmful files and take action.. that being Quarantine, which is where I had to go to restore them all, so it is different to the previous iteration of the security setup as I stated in first post, the previous version did allow exclusions…
  • The problem is.. there are no exclusions available for selection from the scheduled scan screen, it states at the base of this screen that the settings within "manual scanning" are used.. but, over-ridden by default within scheduled scans.. regarding archive and whatever the program deems as suspect files irrespective of…
  • Hi Simon, it appears that under a scheduled scan the program uses the manual scan settings/parameters, but automatically scans (by default) archives/harmful files, which are then "cleaned automatically".. Seems to defeat the object of file exclusion, doesn't it?