[Fixed] Antivirus Scan at every boot => Upgrade to ZA 10.1.079.000
I have ZA Antivirus, auto-updated to the latest version; and Windows XP SP3 (on two different PC's).
EVERY time I turn on my computers it runs a security scan and a software, even though I have the Scheduled Tasks set to:
Quick Scan - every 2 weeks
Normal Scan - disabled
Deep Scan - disabled
Product Update - disabled
EVERY freakin' time I turn on my PC (INCLUDING come out of hibernation on my notebook) it runs a quick scan and a product update.
(I turn on both PC's at least once per day, but often reboot/hibernate and it runs another scan/update. Even if it didn't happen after reboot, the quick scan should not be running EVERY day.)
Sidenote: Why am I so upset at this? Because it grinds my computers to a slow crawl when these updates are running. This latest version is horrible. :-(
Re: Antivirus Scan at every boot
Yes, its a known issue. As workaround just put forward the "initial scan time" under the scheduled task.
It should be probabily fixed in the next update.
P.S. Changed the title to better reflect the issue