4 Replies Latest reply on Jun 20, 2012 7:33 AM by mrcrocodile

    mcshield high CPU

      I have seen that mcshield eat all the CPU, when the "on demand scan" is running.


      I have this problem on File Server.


      This in caused by my users that run from their computer "scan for threats " on network folder.


      In this case when viruscan on the client computer open the files to check, on the server the files are open (read) and mcshield start to analize.


      If a user scans a big folder the server become unavailable due to high cpu usage by mcshield.


      I would like to deny user to run on demand scan for network folder and I want to configure this trough ePO policy.

      I'm refering to: right click on a folder -> scan for threats.

      In which way can I do?