Actions When a Virus Is Detected
In case a known virus or a suspicious object is found, by default Dr.Web for workstations informs you about it in the report field located at the bottom of the window. Dr.Web for Windows Servers by default takes automatic action to prevent a virus threat.
to restore the object to the state before the infection. This action is available for known viruses, but not always. The action is impossible for viruses detected in archives.
to delete the infected object. The action is impossible, if a virus is detected in the boot sector.
to change the filename extension specified in the . The action is impossible, if a virus is detected in the boot sector.
to move the infected file to a special folder (quarantine). The path to this folder is specified in the . The action is impossible if a virus is detected in the boot sector.
The report list table includes the data on infected or suspicious objects detected during the scanning, and actions made by the program. If these objects are detected in file archives, mail files or file containers, the table lists these infected objects and the archives containing them.
In the column the names of infected files or a boot sector are listed.
The column contains the path to an infected object.
In the column virus names (for files and boot sectors), or information on an infected archive are listed.
In the column information on the actions made (curing, deletion, renaming, removing of an object) is given.
To assign the programs reaction to a detected virus threat in the report list:
To select objects in the report list the following keys and key combinations can be helpful:
Insert - select an object and move the cursor to the next position
Ctrl+A - select all
the * key on the numeric keyboard - invert selection
Different windows, settings and actions can also be accessed by the .
For more details on the settings and actions specified in this pane click the corresponding area of the window in the picture.