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Identifying the files being processed in Real-Time Scan of OfficeScan (OSCE) 11.0

    • Updated:
    • 29 Jun 2015
    • Product/Version:
    • OfficeScan 11.All
    • Platform:
    • Windows 2008 Standard
    • Windows 2012 Standard
Summary

Monitor the Real-Time Scan to show the files currently being scanned. This process helps you to determine which files to be excluded, and troubleshoot application performance issues related to Real-Time Scan.

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To track the files currently being scanned:

  1. Create a batch file and name it "ReadReg_LastFile.bat”
  2. Paste the following contents into the batch file:

    @echo off

    > "%Temp%.\sleep.vbs" ECHO WScript.Sleep 3 * 1000

    REM // Read Registry Information #1

    set TESTA1=HKLM\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\TrendMicro\Pc-cillinNTCorp\CurrentVersion\Misc.

    set TESTA2=LastScannedFileName

    call :reg_read "%TESTA1%" "%TESTA2%" || (echo ERROR: no value found for LastScannedFileName & exit /b 1)

    REM // Writes Registry Information to File

    echo.%RETURN%|findstr "sleep.vbs output_file.txt" >nul 2>&1

    if not errorlevel 1 (

       REM Supressing, this script is used for this bat file

    ) else (

       echo Log: LastScannedFileName=%RETURN%

       echo %RETURN% >> C:\output_file.txt

    )

    CSCRIPT //NoLogo "%Temp%.\sleep.vbs"

    %~dp0\ReadReg_LastFile.bat

    exit /b 0

    :reg_read <key> <value>

    setlocal

    set key=%~1

    set value=%~2

    REM // make one call to reg to make sure the KEY/VALUE exists before reading it

    reg query "%key%" /v "%value%" 1>nul 2>&1 || (exit /b 1)

    for /f "tokens=2,*" %%a in ('reg query "%key%" /v "%value%" ^| findstr /c:"%value%"') do (

    set data=%%b

    )

    REM if {%data%}=={} (endlocal & exit /b 1)

    endlocal & set RETURN=%data%

    exit /b 0

  3. Open a command prompt and locate the directory where the batch file was created.
  4. Type “ReadReg_LastFile.bat” and press ENTER.
  5. Monitor the command window to see what files are currently being scanned.

You will be able to find which certain files or folders can be excluded in OSCE. This information will also let you confirm their behavior.

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Category:
Configure; Troubleshoot; Install
Solution Id:
1111362
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