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novice question: how do i run daily scheduled virus scan on NOD 32 enterpize edition?

novice question: how do i run daily scheduled virus scan on NOD 32 enterpize edition?
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alpharomCommented:
go through Schedule/PLanner
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alpharomCommented:
this is how to perform it
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ymg800Author Commented:
hi

this is the client version, i have the enterprise version :"ESET Remote Administrator Console" as u may see in the screenshot below



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alpharomCommented:
Security, ESET NOD32 Antivirus > Kernel > Setup > Scheduler/Planner or NOD32 version 2 > General > Setup > Scheduler/Planner. Click the Edit button to display the Scheduled tasks window.

Refer to the manual
http://download.eset.com/manuals/ESET_ERA_User_Guide_EN.pdf
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alok-mishraCommented:
ESET NOD32 AntiVirus: Schedule a scan task       
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To schedule a scan task, please follow the instructions below:

1. Click Add in the main scheduler screen.



2. Select Computer Scan form the drop-down menu.



3. Choose a name for the task and select Repeadetly.



4. Choose to run the task every 24 hours.



5.  Select an action to perform if the schedule task execution fails for some reason.

6. Review the summary of the scheduled task and click Finish.



7. From the targets drop down menu, select Local Drives.



8. Click Finish to apply the task.



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ymg800Author Commented:
thank you for relaying, sound good but i difnt had time to test it yet,
Will check it out soon
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ymg800Author Commented:
sorry but please check my screenshot above ,  i dont see any "scheduler screen", how do i get there?
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