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About NobodyYouKnow

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  1. Thanks! I've been playing with that line so long, that I must have screwed up and put in both /smart and /quick. Stupid of me. Thanks for the tip, I'll give it a try.
  2. I'm trying to use EMSI Command Line Scanner to run a quick scan of critical files once a day, but I find it takes hours to run. This is the line I'm using: a2cmd /f c: /s /m /t /quick /d /smart /extexclude=avi,mpg,iso,jpg,jpeg,gif,bmp,mpeg,mp3,aac,mp4,mkv /l=c:\a2.log (I added the exclusions to try to speed it up.) I was thinking it might be better to just tell it to scan specific extensions, but I'm not sure what the best ones to scan would be. If anyone has any suggestions on how I can run a quicker scan that still will give decent protection, or should I just live with it scanning for 3 to 4 hours? Thanks!