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Launch Scan After Update

I'm trying to set an automatic launch scan after an virus definition update in my F-Secure Policy Manager.

I saw in your How-to & FAQs that there is an option in the PM settings to launch a scan after an update.
(https://community.f-secure.com/t5/Business/Understanding-the-Launch-Scan/ta-p/21016?collapse_discuss...)

 


This option is suppose to be in F-Secure Anti-Virus > Settings > Virus Definition Updates > Launch Scan After Update.
But as you can see on pictures attached, this option is only present in F-Secure Linux Security > Virus Database Updates > Launch Scan After Update (Object identifier : 1.3.6.1.4.1.2213.45.2.30.30) but not in F-Secure Anti-Virus > Settings > Virus Definition Updates, where there is just "Alert Administrator when Virus Definitions Are Old".

 

So I would like to know if it's possible to set a Launch Scan after an update and where is this option.

 

PS : I use F-Secure Policy Manager 14.01.87207 and F-Secure Client Security

 

Thanks in advance.

Timothée

 

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Re: Launch Scan After Update

Hello @Sethu, thank you for your answer.

 

I found an other way to solve my problem : I will program a scan with fsscan.exe tool in C:\Program Files (x86)\F-Secure\Client Security after each update.




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Re: Launch Scan After Update

Hello @timothee 

 

No, the settings " Launch Scan after an update" no longer available since F-secure Client Security 13.x due to new Ultralight's scanning engines which are light-weight, cloud-based design and performance improvements. Our ultralight engine does not perform any special scans after updates. Meaning, the new scanning engine would be enough to make all necessary re-scans on its own, so there is no need for option anymore. 

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Re: Launch Scan After Update

Hello @Sethu, thank you for your answer.

 

I found an other way to solve my problem : I will program a scan with fsscan.exe tool in C:\Program Files (x86)\F-Secure\Client Security after each update.