Client workstations that are correctly connected to ERAS and
displayed in ERAC can be configured and administered using various
types of tasks.
The general workflow below applies for all tasks described in
the following sub-chapters except the Interactive Task (see the
chapter for an explanation of the workflow).
Stage I - New Task
Tasks can be applied to
multiple clients, or to one or more groups of clients.
||To apply a task to one or more client workstations, select and
right-click the workstations in the Clients pane.
||Click New Task and select the type of
task you wish to perform.
NOTE: Alternatively, the task wizard
can be opened from the ERAC main menu by clicking Actions > New Task.
Stage II - Select one of the following tasks:
On-demand Scan (Cleaning Disabled)
On-demand Scan (Cleaning Enabled)
SysInspector Script Task
Restore/Delete From Quarantine
Generate Security Audit Log
||After choosing the desired task you will have to perform the
task-specific actions described in each of the chapters (see links
Stage III - Select Clients
||You can modify your client selections in the Select Clients window, which will appear once you
have set up the task. You can refine your client selection by
adding clients from the All items client
overview tree (left half of the window) to the Selected items list (right half of the window) or by
removing the client entries that are already on the list.
NOTE: Click Add
Special ... to open a new window in which you can add
clients from the Clients pane or add
clients by Server and/or Groups.
Stage IV - Task Report, Finish
||The last dialog window, Task Report
shows a preview of the configuration task. Enter a name
or description for the task (optional). The Apply task after option can be used to set
the task to run after a specified date/time. The Delete tasks automatically by cleanup if successfully
completed option deletes all tasks which have been
successfully delivered to target workstations.
||Click Finish to register the task to
The following subchapters outline the individual types of tasks
for client workstations, with an accompanying example scenario for
each task type.