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We are having problems with viruses sneaking through our virus scanner and onto our NAS and I want to scan the whole NAS. If I attempt to run a scan on the whole drive using the GUI for Forefront Endpoint Protection it sits at the initial screen without progressing. I can however scan a single smaller folder without a problem. I could sit here and scan each folder individually but with 100+ folders it's going to take a while.

My hope was that I could initiate a scan on the whole drive or each folder through the command line but the command line option will only accept a file.

Is there a way to fix this? I'm assuming I could start the GUI on a Friday and let it run but if it doesn't finish there wouldn't be a way to resume the scan.

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If you think it's a sizing issue, try deep-mapping a drive letter, see if it's any better. i.e. net use * \\server\share\path\that\gets\even\longer – TristanK May 26 '11 at 12:59

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