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ESET NOD32 needs to be 'repaired' after temporary files clean up


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My issue has previously been raised, but this thread was halted so no replies or additions are possible

Why does ESET NOD 32 AV have to be repaired after file cleaning?


 

 

I have the same issue as this original post, whenever my temporary files are cleaned up I need to 'repair' ESET NOD32 in order to get it to auto start at each boot again.  I too find the response to this original post somewhat underwhelming.  I've paid the licence fee after all ...

There is obviously a minor fault, some file or other it needs to run is probably stored in the temporary area and is being deleted during file clean up.  The 'repair' obviously re-instates whatever it is.  Shouldn't be that hard to sort?

Apart from that, it's a great product

Cheers   N

 

 

 

 

 
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I, for one, don't think that EAV for LD stores its installer in the temp folder so that clearing the temp folder would cause problems with uninstallation.

You can raise a support ticket with your local ESET distributor, however, the product is no longer being developed, it's in limited support phase and will reach EOL in Q2/21.

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Odd.  I purchased the license Feb 2018, renewed Feb 2021 with expiry 2024

Nowhere was it stated this product has EOL Q2/21.  I'm assuming there is an updated or alternative product available after the expiry?

 

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The legacy NOD32 Antivirus for Linux desktop will keep receiving module updates to keep you protected until a new product for home users with Linux become available which we expect to be towards the end of 2021.

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