Starts virus scan of the virtual machine.
>] [/ALL][/MEMORY][/STARTUP][/MAIL][/REMDRIVES] [/FIXDRIVES][/NETDRIVES][/@:<filelist.lst>] [/i<0-4>] [/e:a|s|b|<
maximum scan time
>– list of files and folders separated by spaces (long paths must be enclosed in quotation marks).
/ALL– scan all file system objects of the protected virtual machine.
/MEMORY– scan the memory of the protected virtual machine.
/STARTUP– scan startup objects.
/REMDRIVES– scan removable drives.
/FIXDRIVES– scan hard drives.
/NETDRIVES– scan network drives.
/@:<filelist.lst>– scan files in the list.
/i1– disinfect or skip if disinfection fails.
/i2– disinfect or delete if disinfection fails (in this case, the application does not delete files from containers but deletes containers that have an executable extension).
/i3– disinfect or delete if disinfection fails (in this case, the application deletes containers if it is impossible to delete the object from the container).
/i4– delete (including deletion of containers if it is impossible to delete the object from the container).
/i8(default) – immediately ask the user.
/i9– ask the user after the task completes.
/fe– quick scan mode (by extension).
/fi– smart scan mode (by format).
/fa(default) – scan all files.
--e:a– do not scan archives.
/e:b– do not scan mail databases and the text of email messages.
>– do not scan files by mask.
maximum scan time
>– do not scan compound files if the scan takes longer than the specified time. Specify the maximum scan duration for a file in seconds.
maximum file size
>– do not scan files if their size exceeds the specified value. Specify the maximum size of a file to be scanned, in megabytes.
/iSwift=<on|off>– enable or disable iSwift technology.
>– specify the configuration file.
>– save only critical events to the report file.
>– save all events to the report file.