We recently had a file server nearly fill up with 50+ GBs of files that are named similar to NOD9E12.tmp, located within C:\Windows\Temp\. Are these files suppose to be automatically deleted by ESET as a form of cleanup? Or do we have to monitor this and delete when they are generated.
According to the below links, these are generated by ESET during On-Demand scans of archives:
Large tmp file in Temp Folder - ESET Endpoint Products - ESET Security Forum
What are these non-existent temp files "C:\Windows\Temp\NOD****.tmp" - ESET NOD32 Antivirus - ESET Security Forum
Here is the requisite manual link:
ThreatSense parameters | ESET File Security | ESET Online Help
We have SFX (self-extracting files) configured to be scanned.
Windows 2012 R2
ESET PROTECT (Server), Version 8.0 (8.0.1258.0)
ESET File Security7.3.12002.0