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I'm having trouble finding documentation for the /clean-mode parameter for ecls.exe. The command-line, GUI and web site knowledge base help all state:

 

/clean-mode=MODE

Use cleaning MODE for infected objects. Available options: none, standard (default), strict, rigorous, delete

 

There is no detail as to the difference between these and the three available options in the GUI. Would someone please clarify this?

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Proactive Services,

 

  The cleaning mode is the same for ECLS as it is for Eset software. Definitions to follow:

 

none - In this mode, no automatic cleaning will occur.

standard (default) - In this mode, the program will attempt to automatically clean or delete the infected files.

strict - In this mode, the program will attempt to automatically clean or delete all infected files witout user intervention.

rigorous - In this mode, it will simply delete the filw without attempting to clean - REGARDLESS of what file it is.

delete - In this mode, it will simply delete the file without attempting to clean, but will not delete more sensitive files (for example, windows files necessary for functioning).

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Thank you Proactive Services for pointing this out and PatrickL for your informative response. We will update our documentation based on this thread.

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