How can I find commandline for right-click filescan with Norton 36

Posted: 11-28-2008, 03:56 PM
Hey,

I'm trying to let eMule scan my incomming files through Norton 360
automaticly.
There used to be an exe. file in older Norton programs to get this done.
According to Symantec this is no longer the case in 360. I wondered if it is
at all possible to use the command that is used by Norton 360 when
right clicked on a file to scan that file. After all the right click
function in this context
must give a certain command to start that filescan.

Many thanks.

How can I find commandline for right-click filescan with Norton 36


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silverhair
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Re: How can I find commandline for right-click filescan with Norton 36
Posted: 11-29-2008, 08:29 PM

Have you red the post, few lines down ?
*Recommend a Security Suite
From all the reading I do Norton NEVER is recommended for Vist
Norton suck's
Best place to get your question answered is Norto

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Re: How can I find commandline for right-click filescan with Norton 36
Posted: 12-01-2008, 07:52 AM
silverhair <guest@unknown-email.com> wrote:
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>Have you red the post, few lines down ??
[snip]

Silverhair,

You should know that the vast majority of people you reply to on that
web interface you use do NOT see what you see.

EVERYONE on that "forum" that is a GUEST is in that majority, because
that "forum" has sucked our posts from the Microsoft servers that host
these discussion groups.

In the future, please...

1) don't assume folks see what you see
2) quote what you are replying to
silverhair
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Re: How can I find commandline for right-click filescan with Norton 36
Posted: 12-01-2008, 08:25 AM

did not know this, I apologize
I started with using Windows Mail
but found the web easier to navigate
Silverhair


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Edward H.
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Re: How can I find commandline for right-click filescan with Norton 36
Posted: 12-01-2008, 09:24 AM
On Mon, 1 Dec 2008 02:25:58 -0600, silverhair
<guest@unknown-email.com> wrote:
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>did not know this, I apologize
>I started with using Windows Mail
>but found the web easier to navigate
>Silverhair
Those of us who are a "guest" use Windows Mail or another news client.
We all can't be wrong in making that choice. Maybe you need to take
another look.

Notice I'm quoting what I'm replying to, in case others might like to
see what's going on.
 
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