BugEyes

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  1. BugEyes

    Command Line?

    Hi! Does EAM still include a full command-line scanner, the way it used to? Thanks. BugEyes
  2. Hi! EAM identifies Application.AdReg (A) as a problem, but marks it as "no risk". What does it do? How did I 'catch' it? Should I remove it? Thanks. B.
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    No change in a2cmd exit code problem.

    Does that mean that it might still be on an unresolved issues list somewhere, and might still be solved within the next few weeks or months? Is there any way to bump it back up toward the top of the list, or to give the developers a prod? Thanks again. B.
  4. Hi! The problem which I reported in http://support.emsisoft.com/topic/15804-strange-exit-code/ still exists. It is completely unchanged. There have been several updates since then, including a major update which required a reboot. The version then was 9.0.0.4546 , and is now 9.0.0.4570 . Should I conclude that the Emsisoft developers have decided that this is not a problem, and that they will ignore it from now on? Thanks. B.
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    Strange Exit Code

    Thanks.
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    Strange Exit Code

    Sent! Thanks.
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    Strange Exit Code

    Hi! For a long time, I have been using a script to run a2cmd.exe with /deep and send me an email when it's done. Usually, it finds no problems and produces an exit code of 0. The last week or so, it has been finding no problems, but produces an exit code of -1073741819 . It bothers me because I use the exit code to set the subject line of the email. What's wrong? I am running EAM 9.0.0.4546 on Windows 7 Pro SP1 (64 bit). Thanks. BugEyes