In this pane the programs reactions to the detection of infected or suspicious files, malicious programs and infected archives are set.
The reaction is assigned separately for objects infected with a known and (supposedly) curable virus, for supposedly infected (suspicious) objects, and for certain types of malicious programs and archives.
All types of objects are represented in the hierarchy tree in the left part of the pane. When an object is chosen, the default programs reaction to its detection is displayed in the right part of the pane. The action specified in the current settings is shown, and the action to be taken if the first action fails.
By default, the Guard in Dr.Web for workstations just informs the user about all infected and suspicious objects. The Guard generates a , in which the necessary programs action can be manually specified .
SpIDer Guard in Dr.Web for Windows servers, if a known virus is detected, or if there is a suspicion an object is infected with a virus, by default, will automatically make attempts to avert the virus threat.
If a joke program, or riskware, or hacktool is detected, the default setting is to ignore.
If an adware or dialer is detected, SpIDer Guard in Dr.Web for Windows servers, by default, will move it to the quarantine. And the Guard in Dr.Web for workstations will notify the user about it.
You can specify separate programs reactions to the detection of each type of objects.
To customize the primary action, in the drop-down list select an initial programs action.
Depending on the type of object the following actions can be set from the list:
In the fields the following possible first actions are listed: curing, moving to the quarantine, deletion. From respective drop-down lists you can select another action to be applied if the specified primary action fails.
For more details on the settings specified in this pane click the correspondent fragment of the window in the picture.
To view parameters set at another tab click the name of this tab.