README FIRST! Command AntiVirus for Windows 95 & Windows 98

Command AntiVirus for Windows 95 & Windows 98
Command Software is proud to introduce Command AntiVirus 
version 4.58.3 with our HoloCheck(tm) scanning technology.
Our HoloCheck scanning technology detects tens of thousands
of viruses and includes improved polymorphic virus detection.
NOTE: After installing Command AntiVirus, we recommend that you 
perform a manual scan of your local drives to ensure that 
your system is virus-free. This is especially important if you 
have not been running anti-virus software prior to this installation.
For a list of international distributors of Command AntiVirus,
see the DISTRIB.TXT file.
The file called FILEINFO.TXT is a list of file descriptions and 
files that have changed since the previous release.
Please read the Multi-Platform Quick Start Guide that is included 
with the installation files. It provides installation instructions 
and an overview of Command AntiVirus for all platforms. 
The MQCKST.PDF file contains the Multi-Platform Quick Start Guide.
This file can be read with the Adobe(r) Acrobat(r) Reader that is
included on the Command AntiVirus CD. For instructions on how to 
install Acrobat Reader, see the README.TXT file that is located 
in the ADOBE folder on the CD.
Acrobat Reader is not included with the downloadable versions 
of Command AntiVirus. You can download Acrobat Reader from 
Adobe Systems Incorporated through our web site at
Notes on Command AntiVirus for Windows 95 and 98 (CSAV) 
Version 4.58.3
Scan engine enhancements have been added to this component release.
Performance issues were reported in relation to the default scanning of
self-extracting files in Command AntiVirus 4.58. In CSAV 4.58.3, 
self-extracting files are no longer scanned by default. However, Dynamic
Virus Protection (DVP) scans the contents of the self-extracting file 
when the files are extracted. In addition, the .EXE portion of the
self-extracting file is scanned by default.
NOTE: To scan the contents of self-extracting files in zipped form, we
      recommend that you perform an on-demand or scheduled scan of Packed
      Files during off-peak hours. To scan self-extracting and packed files
      select the Packed Files check box in the Properties dialog box. 
None for this release.
Notes on Command AntiVirus for Windows 95 and 98 (CSAV) 
Version 4.58.0
New virus signatures have been added in this release. This includes
signatures for detecting more than 200 new trojans.
The following improvements have been made to the scan engine:
- CSAV now detects malicious or destructive Java code (Java Trojans).
- The handling of script viruses is improved. This includes VBScript 
  viruses and ASCII-based viruses.
- CSAV now scans file attachments in Rich Text Format (.RTF) files.
  In the Command AntiVirus GUI, select the "Zip Files" option in 
  the "Properties" dialog box. If scanning from the command line, use
  the /ARCHIVE switch.
- CSAV now disinfects Office 2000 signed documents.
- Scanning of the following is now supported:
    - OLE1 embedding (embedded files in WordPad and Microsoft 
      Word 6)
    - WordPerfect 2000 (.WPD) files
    - Lotus worksheets (.WKS) files
    - LX (OS/2) files as well as the detection of all OS/2 viruses.
- Some boot sector related disinfection problems have been fixed. The 
  most notable fixes involve disinfecting the Urkel and the
  Frankenstein viruses.
- PowerPoint scanning is improved and the disinfection process is revised. 
  However, the disinfection of objects embedded in PowerPoint documents is 
  still not possible.
- CSAV features improved scanning in Windows 32-bit programs resulting
  in higher rates of detection and fewer false positives.
- Memory scanning is improved.
- Disinfection of infected .VBS files by deletion is now supported.
The following file types are now hard-coded into CSAV's virus scans 
and are scanned by default:
   GMS, CSC, WPD, WK?, DVB, WBT, and CDR
These file types are displayed in the Files to Include dialog box
and they cannot be deleted. You can exclude any file type from
scans by entering its extension into the Files to Exclude dialog
box. Although the extension still appears in the Files to Include 
dialog box, files with that extension will not be scanned.
NOTE:  You can now add up to 20 user-defined file types in CSAV's 
       Files to Include dialog box.
A new virus definition file, SIGN2.DEF, is now included with Command 
AntiVirus. This file provides virus signatures for a variety of 
scripting viruses and trojans.
The retrieval of downloaded CSAV files through the automatic update
process has been enhanced. If the BaseDir key in the CSSFILES.INI file 
already exists, CSAV will attempt to use the directory path that
is specified. However, if the BaseDir key does not exist, 
CSAV will no longer create one. 
If the subdirectory specified by the BaseDir key in the previous 
CSSFILES.INI file exists, the files are deployed to that location. 
If it does not exist, CSAV creates and uses the following hard-coded
platform-based directories:
          CSAV for Windows(r) NT(r) Server 3.51          0000
          CSAV for Windows NT Workstation 3.51           0100
          CSAV for Windows NT Server 4.0                 0200
          CSAV for Windows NT Workstation 4.0            0300
          CSAV for Windows 3x                            0400
          CSAV for Windows 95                            0500
CSAV also creates separate subdirectories for the virus 
definition files, the update component files, and the full-product 
update. The definition files subdirectory ends in .0, the component 
files subdirectory ends in .1, and the full-product subdirectory ends
in .2. The file names are generated randomly by CSAV. 
The following is an example of the path names to the automatic update 
directory and its program-generated subdirectories for a full-product 
update of CSAV for Windows 95:
When SETUP used an installation target path that did not exist, 
it would terminate after trying to use the alternate path. This has 
been fixed. 
Some users reported that starting Command AntiVirus from the Windows 
system tray resulted in a message stating that the product's evaluation
period had timed out. This has been fixed.
When a CSAV scan was set to "Disinfect/Query" and "Remove all macros 
if a variant is found" was enabled, infected or suspicious files were
not handled properly. This situation arose only with macro-virus
infected files and it has been fixed.
On some systems, CSAV encountered difficulties with print spooling 
documents to network printers. This caused some pages to print twice.
This has been fixed.
Some users reported system freezes during a shutdown or restart.
The "Windows is shutting down" logo screen remained up and the 
computer would not respond. This forced users to perform a manual 
restart or shut down that resulted in Scandisk running automatically 
when the computer was restarted. This has been fixed.
The automatic update feature now updates the CSSFTP.EXE and F-AGENT.EXE
Some command line scans using the /TODAY switch would not scan on 
the first boot of the following day. This was caused by CSAV's use of
Greenwich Mean Time rather than local time. This has been fixed. 
The self-extracting file called SE_EICAR.EXE is no longer included with
the installation files. However, you can download this file from our web 
site at:
When you run this file, a test file, EICAR.COM (from European 
Institute for Computer Anti-Virus Research), is extracted from it.
Notes on Command AntiVirus for Windows 95 and 98 (CSAV) 
Version 4.57.1
New virus signatures have been added in this release. This includes
the ability to detect and disinfect the Monopoly virus.
A new file, NOMACRO.DEF, has been added to the installation files.
This file is used in the creation of the Command AntiVirus rescue
disks. NOMACRO.DEF will be updated when you download new virus
definition files.
The problem of possibly deleting false positive and/or suspicious files 
during on-access scanning has been fixed.
F-PROT32.EXE has been modified to check the installation directory
and use absolute paths. This allows F-AGENT to be launched from 
locations other than the Startup group.
When using the Update Deffiles feature, a subdirectory structure 
occasionally remained in the user's TEMP directory. This has been
A problem that involved spooling documents to network printers has
been fixed. The problem consisted of Command AntiVirus causing
some pages to print twice.
Macro viruses that were detected through heuristics were not 
being disinfected when the action was set to Disinfect-Query. This
has been fixed.
Scan engine General Protection Faults that occurred when CSAV 
disinfected user macros have been fixed. 
Modifications have been made to the code behavior monitoring process
to correct occurrences of false positives. 
The Command AntiVirus rescue disk process now involves two phases. 
The first phase focuses on recovery by detecting and removing any
executable, boot sector, and MBR-infecting viruses that inhibit or 
prevent system startup. After successful recovery, the second phase
focuses on scanning and disinfecting all remaining virus-infected
files, for example, macro virus-infected files. To assure a successful 
rescue, you MUST perform both phases.
To perform Phase One:
   1. Turn off your computer for at least 15 seconds.
   2. Place a virus-free, write-protected boot disk into 
      drive A and reboot your computer. 
      NOTE: If you are prompted to enter a new date and a
            new time, press ENTER for each one.    
   3. Replace the boot disk with CSAV Rescue Disk 1. 
   4. At the A prompt, type the following and press ENTER:
            f-prot /nomem /hard /disinf
      NOTE: If you are using a DOS boot disk instead of a 
            Windows 95/98 startup disk, you can omit the 
            /nomem switch.
      If any viruses are detected, allow CSAV to disinfect them.
   5. Proceed to Phase Two.
To perform Phase Two:
   1. Remove CSAV Rescue Disk 1 from drive A.
   2. Reboot your computer as normal.
   3. Use Command AntiVirus to perform a scan of your local hard
      drives. This scan detects and disinfects any remaining
      virus-infected files on your computer.
After completing the Phase Two scan, you can return to computing
as normal.
Notes on Command AntiVirus for Windows 95 and 98 (CSAV) 
Version 4.57
New virus signatures have been added in this release.
Command AntiVirus now includes expanded protection for the following:
   A. CorelDraw -- The newly discovered CorelDraw virus is now detected.
      The .CSC CorelDraw-related extension is now scanned by default.
   B. MacOffice -- Viruses in MacOffice documents can be detected and 
      disinfected. However, as the Macintosh(tm) operating system is 
      not directly supported by Command AntiVirus, detection is 
      possible only when the infected Macintosh Office documents 
      are scanned in a DOS or Windows-based environment. For example,
      if you have a floppy disk with infected MacOffice documents
      on it, you can disinfect these documents by using CSAV
      to scan the floppy disk.
   C. Microsoft Office 97 -- The .MPT, .WBK and .MSO extensions are now 
      scanned by default. 
   D. Office 2000 -- The heuristics scan engine has been modified so
      that it now detects some native Office 2000 viruses. 
   E. PowerPoint 97 -- PowerPoint 97 viruses are now detected and 
      disinfected. The .PP?, .POT, and .PWZ PowerPoint 97 file types
      are now scanned by default.
An additional generic virus detector has been added. This detector 
allows Command AntiVirus to detect approximately 14,000 more 
"generic viruses." This brings the total number of viruses detected 
by Command AntiVirus to just over 39,500.
The CSAV scanners have been optimized to provide better protection
against "New Executable" file viruses and VxD viruses. Improvements
have also been made to reduce the occurrence of false positives.
If you open an infected Microsoft Office 97 document in Microsoft
Office 2000, our HoloCheck scan engine will detect the infection.
Documents converted to Office 2000 format from Office 97 format
can be disinfected. Currently, disinfecting an Office 2000 document
consists of removing all macros from the document.
You can now create a Command AntiVirus rescue disk from within
the CSAV main screen. For more information, see the Creating a
Rescue Disk section in the Multi-Platform Quick Start Guide.
Installations (including silent installations) no longer display 
the CSAV splash screen.
The Virus Information list is now generated from the CSAV definition 
files on your system. This allows you to view the names of all 
computer viruses that are handled by Command AntiVirus. To always
have the latest Virus Information list, be sure to keep your 
definition files up-to-date. 
The CSAV main screen now contains a button for updating your 
system with the latest SIGN.DEF and MACRO.DEF virus definition files.
For more information, see the Definition Files Update Button section
in the Multi-Platform Quick Start Guide.
NOTE: CSS Central automatically creates the update directory structure
that is necessary to add a local directory to the Directory Paths site
list. You can use the CSS Central staging directory as a directory 
path for the Update Deffiles button. For more information, see the 
Update Definition Files Update Button section of the Network 
Administration chapter in the Multi-Platform Quick Start Guide. 
NOTE: If you need to obtain updates from our UK office, you can set 
the UK web and FTP sites as your primary update sites. Otherwise, CSAV 
first tries to connect to the U.S. web and FTP sites and then the 
U.K. FTP and web sites. This requires you to enter your user name and 
password several times before CSAV tries to connect to the U.K. sites.
To set the U.K. update sites as your primary sites, follow these steps:
1.  On the menu bar, click Preferences
2.  Click Advanced
3.  Click the Update Deffiles Now tab
4.  Click the down arrow and select Internet Paths
5.  Select the third site in the list
6.  Click the Up button twice
7.  Select the fourth site in the list
8.  Click the Up button twice
9.  Click OK to finish
Now, when you click the Update Deffiles button, CSAV first tries to 
connect to the U.K. web and FTP sites.
The About Command AntiVirus for Windows item in the Help menu now
displays the release dates of the MACRO.DEF and SIGN.DEF virus 
definition files. This information also appears in the report
window that displays when you start a virus scan.
Files that do not have a file name extension are now scanned
by default.
The Files to Include/Exclude dialog box now contains a Directories to
Exclude option. Wildcard characters can now be used in the Files to 
Exclude option. For more information, see the Custom Scans section in
the Multi-Platform Start Guide.
Performing a full installation through the automatic update feature
occasionally caused CSSFTP.EXE to produce a general protection fault
(GPF). The GPF error message read "The instruction at 0x77f6ce0c 
referenced memory at 0x00000010." This has been fixed.
None for this release.
Notes on Command AntiVirus for Windows 95 and 98 (CSAV) 
Version 4.54 SP2 (Service Pack 2)
New virus signatures have been added in this release.
The following default extensions have been added: .VXD and .386.
The following default extensions have been removed: .APP and PGM.
The date format has been improved to be more localized for 
international use.
Two unused files have been removed from the product: DISKIO.DLL and
When scanning in disinfect mode, sometimes the message 
"Virus could not be removed" would appear in the output window. 
Since the file was not infected, the error message was incorrect. 
A problem with some machines locking up on shutdown has been addressed.
The floppy scan now occurs earlier in the shutdown process.
Notes on Command AntiVirus for Windows 95 and 98 (CSAV) 
Version 4.54 SP1 (Service Pack 1)
New virus signatures have been added in this release.
SCR (screen saver) and RTF (Rich Text Format) files are now
scanned by default. SCR files are scanned because they
are susceptible to some Windows 95/98 viruses. RTF files are
scanned because infected DOC files that have had their extensions 
changed to "RTF" can still infect other Word documents and
CSAV now scans for ASCII-based viruses such as BAT viruses, 
JavaScript viruses and malicious applications, and VBScript viruses.
CSAV also detects mIRC scripts containing malicious code.
Better detection for Excel macro and field viruses has been added.
The scanning of MDB files is improved. 
Disinfection for polymorphic viruses such as W97M/Class that are 
found in the wild is new and improved. Selective disinfection allows
you to remove the macro virus and all traces of the disinfection
process. In password-protected documents, CSAV removes the virus but 
leaves traces of the disinfection process behind. In both instances,
the original document is preserved.  
None for this release.
To update Command AntiVirus with this service pack, you must run
the service pack's SETUP.EXE program. Note that only the 
components that require updating will be modified.
If you plan to update to CSS Central version 1.04, update all
client stations to Command AntiVirus version 4.54 prior to performing 
the CSS Central update. This allows you to avoid complications 
that can arise due to changes that were made to the communication 
port settings in CSS Central version 1.04. 
Notes on Command AntiVirus for Windows 95 & Windows 98 
v. 4.54 
New virus signatures have been added for this release.
Command AntiVirus for Windows 95/98 is Year 2000-compliant. 
For more information regarding the functionality of Command 
Software products with regard to the Year 2000 issue, visit 
our web site at:
The scan engine has been optimized for faster scanning.
Specific improvements include faster on-access (real-time) scans
and faster scans of compound files such as Microsoft Word and 
Excel files.
Command AntiVirus for Windows 95/98 now detects Java viruses 
and Access 97 viruses. Disinfection ability will be added in an 
upcoming release.
On-demand scans now perform memory scanning by default.
Additional support for compressed executable files has been added. 
Specifically, compressed executables are scanned in memory. This
allows for faster scans of compressed files.
The server-to-workstation communications subsystem has been 
updated. As a result, the SETUP.INI file now contains a section 
called [PROTOCOLS]. You can use the keys in that section to:
	Install the TCP/IP agent
	Install the IPX/SPX agent	
	Change the default IP port
	Change the default SPX port	
Also, the default IP port has been changed from 2411 to 2412. 
The default SPX port remains 34258. 
To provide improved compatibility with a variety of e-mail 
systems, CSAV now keeps MAPI sessions open only as long as
needed for individual operations. Prior to this, MAPI sessions
remained open as long as CSAV was running.
WINTDIST.EXE is now provided with CSAV for Windows 95/98. This
file automatically installs Windows Internet (WinInet) API 
system files that are used to provide better FTP functionality. 
These files also automatically hang-up the connection 
established by scheduled FTP downloads made through our 
separate CSS Central product. The WinInet files also provide
CSAV with better error reporting. 
A situation that effected the Automatic Update process is fixed. 
The problem involved the Automatic Update feature 
not retaining the automatic update path in the Windows registry.
Thus, subsequent automatic updates could not take place.
A problem with F-AGENT causing a general protection fault
in "module unknown at 0000:00000001" which was then followed 
by a stack dump has been fixed. The situation reportedly 
occurred only in systems that were using WinFax Pro or Anubis.
Some users reported that, despite modifying SETUP.INI so that CSAV
could be installed without DVP (on-access scanning), DVP was
still being installed by CSAV. This is fixed. 
In the F-AGENT section of SETUP.INI, setting the "CopyFile=" and
"ModifyCfg=" keys to "NO" would not prevent F-AGENT from being
installed. This is fixed. NOTE: Please see related
SETUP.INI information in the Special Notes section of 
this README file for this release.
Drag-Drop and Right Mouse file scans worked correctly only on 
read-only files. Trying to scan files with other attributes 
resulted in an "Access rights violation" error. This is fixed.
Drag-Drop and Right Mouse file scans now function properly.
Difficulties encountered with boot sector scans of LS-120 floppy 
diskettes have been corrected.
Occasionally, F-AGENT created a blank taskbar button. This
is fixed. 
Microsoft Access (MDB) database files are now scanned by default. 
If you determine that real-time scans are noticeably slower, remove 
the .MDB extension from the Files To Include list. Then, create a 
scheduled scan task that periodically scans all the files in your 
Microsoft Access folders.
Unless you are reinstalling the same version of Command
AntiVirus, we strongly recommend that you do not modify the
"CopyFile=YES" keys in the SETUP.INI file. Changing the
CopyFile value to "NO" may prevent the proper execution
of the "ModifyCfg" and "MakeIcon" keys. These keys are used
in advanced kinds of installations. If you do not have an 
in-depth knowledge of the product, please do NOT alter 
these keys.
The Automatic Update feature does not update certain CSAV files.
These files are:
Do not place the above-mentioned files in the Automatic Update 
component update directory for CSAV for Windows 95/98.
To provide flexible multi-language support, the following
files are now included in the product:
	FPROTLNG.DLL -- the language file for F-PROT
	FAGENLNG.DLL -- the language file for F-AGENT
	OLEAUT32.DLL -- provides OLE Automation support
	WINTDIST.EXE -- WinInet (Windows Internet API) system 
			files in a self-extracting format
If you are using F-PROT.EXE in your Windows 95/98 AUTOEXEC.BAT,
you may encounter difficulties getting into the operating
system. This situation may be the result of a video driver 
problem. To correct the situation, modify your AUTOEXEC.BAT 
so that the DOS "mode co80" command appears immediately before
and after the "F-PROT" command. For example:
	MODE co80
        MODE co80
Notes on Command AntiVirus for Windows 95 & Windows 98 v. 4.52
New virus signatures have been added in this release.
On some computers, manually setting the "Files to Exclude"
attributes inside the SETUP.INI file resulted in those attributes 
not being saved. This situation has been fixed.
The situation where manual scans turned the Archive bit ON for
scanned files has been corrected.  This solves a problem that 
some of our users had in performing incremental backups. 
A fix has been implemented for a warning message that would 
appear after an automatic update. That message erroneously 
reported that CSAV's on-access protection was not loaded.
Occasional system crashes on shutdown were determined to be 
related to an interaction with WinFax Pro. The problem has 
been fixed. Some customers had erroneously attributed the 
problem to Internet Explorer 4.0.  General Protection Faults 
and stack dumps caused by a possible conflict between F-Agent 
and WinFax Pro have also been fixed.
Problems involving invalid page faults caused by either (A) an 
R-Mouse scan of any file that results in an e-mail notification 
of an infection or (B) enabling "Mail infected files," performing
an on-demand scan and then closing the GUI have both been 
Manually scanning a read-only NetWare directory with the 
Command AntiVirus GUI set to "Disinfect" or "Disinfect/Query" 
would result in constant rescanning of the first virus-infected 
document encountered. That problem has been fixed.
Difficulties involving e-mail notifications not being sent from 
on-demand scans have been fixed. Please note that, unlike on-demand
scans, on-access scans are not designed to generate e-mail 
When e-mail addresses were added to SETUP.INI, they would not 
appear in the e-mail Address Book. This has been fixed.
A problem involving the use of our CSS Central product under 
Windows 95 has been fixed. The situation involved downloaded 
files being deployed to the BASEDIR folder rather than to a 
sub-folder of BASEDIR. The downloaded files now deploy to the
proper folder.
If you have installed F-PROT for DOS under Windows 95/98 and your 
AUTOEXEC.BAT file contains the line "F-PROT /hard /today", you may
encounter either system freezes or extraneous characters on 
your display. To correct those problems, modify your AUTOEXEC.BAT 
so that the DOS "mode" command appears immediately before and after 
the "F-PROT" command. For example:
	MODE co80
        MODE co80
If you want to run F-PROT for DOS under Windows 95/98, modify your
computer's AUTOEXEC.BAT to use the "mode" command as mentioned
If you have difficulty installing CSAV for Windows 95/98 while running
Amwin metering software, there are two workarounds to the problem:
     A) Disable Amwin during the Command AntiVirus installation
        process. Or...
     B) Check if CSAV for Windows 95/98 is being installed to
        a folder consisting of a long folder name.  If so,
        install CSAV for Windows 95/98 to a folder with a short
        folder name (for example, C:/CSAV95). 
Notes on Command AntiVirus for Windows 95 & Windows 98 v.4.51
Command AntiVirus' HoloCheck(tm) scanning technology has been updated
to provide better detection and disinfection of Excel macro viruses.
We have also added heuristic scanning technology to provide greater 
protection against unknown virus threats.
Notes on Command AntiVirus for Windows 95 & Windows 98 (CSAV) v.4.50
Command AntiVirus boasts our HoloCheck(tm) scanning technology,
providing the most up-to-date virus prevention. The most important
benefits of this technology are:
  *  Simplified updates. You can now update the SIGN.DEF and
     Macro.def files (which contain the most current virus signatures)
     without reinstalling all of the components. This method adds
     speed and efficiency to the new version of Command AntiVirus.
  *  Superior polymorphic virus detection. CSAV now offers
     unparalleled protection and elimination of polymorphic viruses
     including the dreaded Morphine, Anxiety and Spanska.
  *  Scanning of embedded (OLE) documents. Not only do we scan
     documents, but if an infected document is embedded in an Excel
     spreadsheet or PowerPoint document, Command AntiVirus will catch
     it and save you from becoming infected.
  *  Support for nested zip files.
New virus signatures have been added in this release.
F-MACRO.EXE is no longer included as a separate utility since all
of its features are now incorporated into the main scanner.
To support Centralized Administration, we have changed the way CSAV
for Windows 95 & Windows 98 is referenced in the registry. The
installation program will now install to the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
rather than to the HKEY_CURRENT_USER. When we install the 4.51 version
the existing entry will be converted. To successfully convert registry
entries that are in the current user, that user must be logged in. If
multiple users of the same machine have installed CSAV, those registry
entries may be left unconverted, but this will not harm the protection
offered by Command AntiVirus.
We have significantly changed our automatic update features. You can
use the full capabilities of CSS Central to automate the download and
deployment of files or you can download manually and use the automatic
update features to distribute the updates. The directory structure now
utilized is different. We have provided utilities and features to
facilitate this migration. Documents explaining the upgrade process
from CSAV version 4.00 to CSAV version 4.50 as well as first time
installation and set-up are available. They can be found on the web 
through a link on the download page or by directly accessing the support
We are proud to announce that CSAV for Windows 95 & Windows 98 and
CSS Central are fully compatible with Windows 98.
The ability to add user-defined strings is not supported by the
new design of CSAV.  The architecture of our HoloCheck technology makes
this feature obsolete without compromising protection.
The rescue disk will now contain the RESCUE.DAT file. Due to size
limitations, the rescue disk is no longer bootable. You must have a
separate, clean, bootable floppy disk for your machine.
Command AntiVirus now fully supports Client32/IntranetWare. As a result,
you may notice that the access denied error messages have changed when
using these clients. You may see an error message stating the path
and name of the infected file followed by "Program Not Found" and
an input box for the location of the file, or you may see a message
titled "Error Copying File" with the text "Cannot copy :
The folder is empty".
The added support for Client32/IntranetWare includes DVP detecting
infections on a NetWare server and the ability to delete, disinfect,
and rename these infected files.
SE_UTIL is no longer included in the CSAV for Windows 95 & Windows 98
file set.  However, SE_UTIL can still be downloaded from our FTP site.
Due to the introduction of CSS Central, SE_UTIL will be phased out.
Command will support SE_UTIL through 12/1/98. After that date,
customers can continue to use the utility though we will no longer
update it.
Due to changes in the functionality of the scan engine, the tab for
Memory Scanning under Preferences|Active Protection now only shows
one option. When enabled, the first 640k of memory will be scanned.
Media such as Jazz drives are reported by different operating systems
as either Fixed or Removable media. Because of this, they cannot be
classified by Command AntiVirus as one or the other. Jazz drives will
be scanned when Scan All Drives is selected or by the creation of
specific tasks.
Platform specific command line scanners, referred to as console
versions, are new to this release.  These are designed to coordinate
with the on-access scanners of their respective operating systems,
providing seamless integration and interaction.
Based on your system configuration and scheduled scans, you may
encounter low memory situations when scanning large drives or file
sets. If you encounter this situation, increase your pagefile.sys
by 20 mb.  Other remedies include scanning smaller file sets,
deselecting zip files or deselecting "Show All Files Scanned".
We recommend that you do not enable Scan All Network Drives from
any of our workstation products. Performance on busy servers
may be adversely affected by the additional network traffic.
CSS Central is a separate program with its own installation. If you
need access to this new feature set, please contact your sales
representative at 800-423-9147.
Adding long names, whether filename or extension, in the Files to
Exclude list (through Preferences|Files to Include/Exclude) will result
in the files not actually being scanned because of truncation of the
For former DataFellows customers only: If you use the silent
installation method, you must uninstall the DataFellows version
of anti-virus protection. This is because in the interactive
installation we ask you if you want to uninstall the DataFellows
product. Since we cannot do this for the silent installation, you
need to remove it manually.
Command Software Systems has greatly expanded its technical support to
include a variety of electronic services. You may contact us at any one
of the following:
Command Software Systems, Inc.
1061 E. Indiantown Rd., Suite 500
Jupiter, FL  33477
     Voice: 561/575-3200 8:00 am to 8:00 pm EST.
     Fax: 561/575-3026
     Internet: [email protected]
World Wide Web:
In Europe, contact:
Command Software Systems, Inc.
European Headquarters
Ground Floor
Millbank Tower
London SW1P 4QP
If dialing from within the UK:
   Voice: 020 7 931-9301
     FAX: 020 7 931-9302 
If dialing from outside the UK:
   Voice: +44 20 7 931-9301
     FAX: +44 20 7 931-9302
Internet: [email protected]
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