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While doing a Smart Scan and leaving my PC to do its thing I noticed that Eset has found some a threat or two (Which are PUPs so I am not to worried).  However because I was away from my PC the options to clean had already disappeared.   So my question is with Strict Cleaning would that stop this? Also even if Strict Cleaning deletes a file will it still end up in Quarantine so can be restored if ESET gets it wrong?

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Right. For every file that is cleaned a copy is created in quarantined so that you can restore it at a later time. ESET has extremely low number of false positives so I assume you'll never need to resort to restoring files from quarantine.

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