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By default, your ESET security product will scan programs and memory at startup. If your system startup scan is taking an unusually long time to complete, you may have conflicting programs set to run at start up. You cannot cancel the startup scan once it has started, but you can temporarily disable the scan from running on system startup by following the directions below:

  1. Open the main program window by clicking the icon  in the Windows notification area or by clicking Start → All Programs → ESET → ESET Smart Security or ESET NOD32 Antivirus.
  2. Toggle to Advanced mode by clicking Change… in the lower left corner and then clicking Yes if you are prompted to confirm or by pressing CTRL + M on your keyboard.
  3. In the left column, click Tools → Scheduler. The Scheduler/Planner window will be displayed.
Aug 24, 2009
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The NOD32 Control Center is the central management program of the NOD32 antivirus system. The system consists of the following threat protection modules:

AMON – the resident (running in operating memory at all times) or file system monitor. This program is the most crucial antivirus defense tool and should always be enabled.
NOD32 – (also referred to as the “on-demand” scanner) this is the scanner executed manually by the user, or automatically by the scheduler.
IMON (Internet MONitor) – this scanner provides the first line of defense by monitoring Internet traffic (POP3 protocol for e-mail and HTTP for files downloaded from the Internet via HTTP)
DMON (Document MONitor) – this scanner provides protection from macro viruses in MS Office documments, works with applications utilizing MS Antivirus API (e.g. MS Office 2000 and higher, Internet Explorer 5.0 and higher)
EMON (Email MONitor) – this scanner provides protection from email-borne viruses for MAPI compatible mail clients
The other Control Center sections are:

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