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We recently deployed ESET NOD32 Antivirus on our small domain network and use the Remote Adminstrator to manage everything remotely.

On a recent full system scan, one of the clients shows 10 infected files of which 4 have been cleaned in the scan log. The strange thing, however, is that the threat log is empty.

  • Is there any reason why the threat log is empty?
  • What has happened to the 6 remaining uncleaned files?
  • Where can I view information on what files are infected and what they have been infected with? I know this can be done through the scan log properties screen, but with 958790 files scanned, I obviously do not want to browse through this list.

Any help is appreciated.

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Not an answer (sorry!) but have you tried the Official ESET Support Forum? The community there is very active.

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Thanks for the tip; I have asked the same question there now but so far I have not gotten an answer yet. Usually SF is faster than any support forum :) – Aron Rotteveel Mar 4 '10 at 14:17

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