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How Dr.Web CureNet! works

Search for network hosts and launch Dr.Web scanners for Windows on target machines remotely with the Dr.Web CureNet! Administrative Console. The Administrative Console is an application for Windows and can be used on any computer running Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2 or later; Windows Server 2003 SP1 or later; Windows Vista (only Business, Enterprise or Ultimate editions) SP1 or later; Windows Server 2008; Windows 7 (only Professional, Enterprise and Ultimate editions); Windows Server 2008 SP2; Windows 8 and 8.1 (only Professional and Enterprise editions); Windows Server 2012; Windows 10 The Dr.Web CureNet! Administrative Console can be run from any removable media including USB data storage devices.

It connects to the host using current user privileges or uses a list of passwords to access local network machines.
The Administrative Console scans the network for available hosts before the anti-virus software is distributed among them.
You can choose to perform scanning on all available hosts or select specific desktops and servers that require a virus check. Hosts are selected by their IP addresses, according to a specified IP address range, a mask or a NetBIOS name.
When the search is complete, all available hosts will be displayed in the Administrative Console window.


Scanning features

Two types of scanning—Express and Full—let you choose the scanning depth required in any particular situation. The default settings are the best choice in most cases.
You can also customise Dr.Web CureNet! scanner responses to various events. For more information, see also Features.
To speed up the scanning process, archives and/or email files can be excluded from scanning.

Suspicious objects are moved to the quarantine located on the PC running the Dr.Web CureNet! Administrative Console.

Once the scanners are launched, scanning progress information is displayed in real time in the Dr.Web CureNet! Administrative Console statistics tab.
A scanning report is saved on the computer that runs the Dr.Web CureNet! Administrative Console once the virus check is complete. It contains the names and IP addresses of the systems scanned and the status of the virus check.

How it works

Search for network hosts and launch Dr.Web scanners for Windows on target machines remotely with the Dr.Web CureNet! Administrative Console. The Administrative Console is an application for iPhone 4 and iPod touch 4 or later models running iOS 7.0 or higher.

It connects to the host using current user privileges or uses a list of passwords to access local network machines.
The Administrative Console scans the network for available hosts before the anti-virus software is distributed among them.
You can choose to perform scanning on all available hosts or select specific desktops and servers that require a virus check. Hosts are selected by their IP addresses, according to a specified IP address range, a mask or a NetBIOS name.
When the search is complete, all available hosts will be displayed in the Administrative Console window.


Scanning features

Two types of scanning—Express and Full—let you choose the scanning depth required in any particular situation. The default settings are the best choice in most cases.
You can also customise Dr.Web CureNet! scanner responses to various events.
To speed up the scanning process, archives and/or email files can be excluded from scanning.
Once the scanners are launched, scanning progress information is displayed in real time.
A report showing the actions taken by Dr.Web CureNet! is displayed at the end of each curing session.

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Advantages | Features | Requirements | How does it work?