I have installed ZAISS 9.1.507.000 on three computers: Win 7 Ultim 64-bit, XP Prof (SP3) and Win XP Home (SP3).
According to some reports in the Installation section, I had installed them as an upgrade.
That went without any problems., indeed.
But this morning, on Win XP Home, I noticed IE8 had a problem doing an a Windows Update. It said I had to enable the "Userdate persistence" option in Security. That was, however, impossible, since it was enabled already. :-(
So I consulted ZA Technical Staff. I was advised to do a clean install.
And indeed, gone was the problem.
As I had performed a clean install, the AV base had to be update. I did, without any problem.
Yesterday I went checking \Windows\Internet Logs . And noticed I had several "avupdate.log" files, going from avupdate.log to avupdate5.log.
I just checked again, and to my surprise, I have 4 more today on both my Win 7 and Win XP Prof. On Win XP Home I have only 4, but then, only two updates have taken place so far.
I noticed that those updates have the same time indication as those mentioned in the ZA Log Viewer. Apparently there are two for each update: one with a 1 kb size, and one oscillating between 588 and 680 kb. So far my 9 log files amount to 3.48 MB. Not funny if this continues in the same way!
I asked Technical Staff, but they came right out of the blue, so to speak. As these were only log files, they could be safely removed, so I was told. But perhaps I should keep the latest. Note that that last word is in the singular, so the employee was apparently unaware of there being two for each update.
I'd like to ask the readers who have installed ZAISS 9.1.507.000 to check their number of avupdate.log files in \Windows\Internet Logs, and report it here, so that I know this writer is not the only one collecting these files. And if I am not the only one, then kindly report it to ZA Technical Staff, too.
Thanks for reading, and contributing.
I've just had another AV update on my computers.
I noticed they overwrote two of the avupdate.log files in c:\Windows\Internet Files.
Apparently all (up to avupdate9.log) are necessary... ???
I wonder why the history file does not mention these things so that we, the valued users, know something more about the product we paid for. Or do I ask too much?