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Re: Scan using a client task


you are right. Under the EPO event filter settings you can also see the Event description.

1034:  Scan completed. No viruses found. (Info) -> where the value in the brackes shows the event severity.

1035: Yes, this event should point to a cancelled OnDemand scan. This can occur if someone reboots the system, the Scan32/64 process was killed or something else.


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Re: Scan using a client task

For me, there's one question that needs to be asked - what are your scanning requirements and/or Business/Organization policy/regulation on scanning (peak or non-peak business hours)?  Meaning, does your Business/Organization culture allow for scanning during business hours - Security Professionals will say yes - If it impacts production, my guess, get ready to dial the scanning back to non-business hours.

If the answer is non-peak business hours - perhaps scheduling two or three more non-business hours scanning - this may not catch all the units that continuously powered off after business hours - yet, the odds are good that you will catch some AND in process wont' impact production.

After a week or so run a query, E-Mail those that continuously miss a scan and request to have them leave the system up once/twice a week.

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Re: Scan using a client task


We are following Single scan per week in non business hours. so on the whole there is only one scan task for all the machines per week. Hopefully if missed task is not increasing my scan completion percentage to acceptable level - I can probably try two or more non business hours scan. Thanks for your suggestion.


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