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    Default Scheduling Anti-Virus/Anti-Spam Scans

    I recently purchased and installed ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite and went through the configuration.
    I set the scan schedules for daily at 1:30am.
    However, the scan does not run when I'm not logged in, and then immediately runs upon logging into the computer.
    Is there a way to schedule and have the scans run without being logged into the computer?
    My old Norton SystemWorks scans could be scheduled and would run without anyone being logged onto the computer.
    Is this capability included within ZA?
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    Intel P4OS:













    XP Pro SP2ZA Version:
    Internet Security Suite, V7.0.462.000

    Operating System:Windows XP Pro
    Software Version:7.0
    Product Name:ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite

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    Default Re: Scheduling Anti-Virus/Anti-Spam Scans

    Hi!
    as far as I know, no. Someone has to be logged into the system to have ZA working.
    I.e. scheduled scan is dependent on zlclient.exe. If it does not run then there is no scans.

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    timtate Guest

    Default Re: Scheduling Anti-Virus/Anti-Spam Scans

    Does anyone know if ZA will have this feature in a future release?

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    Default Re: Scheduling Anti-Virus/Anti-Spam Scans

    Hi!
    I doubt very much so... the way it is designed (home use) and the need to load "zlclient.exe" makes this feature not easy to implement.

    ZA staff does not monitor this board, you could write to ZA customer support and suggest this feature for future versions.

    www.zonealarm.com/csform

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