This causes the scanner service to time out and eventually self-terminate.
RESOLUTION: The Common Shell scanner has been updated to prevent the On-Access Scanner from becoming blockedwhile the security libraries are loaded by the system.4.
The on-demand scanner has been updated to better use the System Utilization setting throughout theentire scanning process.
Refer to Mc Afee Support Knowledgebase article9197288 for further information.2.
This Patch contains a new Buffer Overflow and Access Protection DAT (version 378), which adds an Access Protection category for Virtual Machine Protection.
These rules provide access protectionfunctionality for virtual machines.
Therefore, when the Virus Scan extended reports NAPis checked in after the new e Policy Orchestrator modified procedures are in place, they areoverwritten and the newer functionality is lost.
Everything is managed by Mc Afee e Policy Orchestrator® or Protection Pilot™ for scalable security policy compliance and graphical reporting.RESOLUTION: The Patch installer has been updated to correctly preserve the binary value of MIDFile Time.7.ISSUE: Changes made in Microsoft Vista SP1 and later, in how the operating system opens/views network files,caused delays in opening new network paths, with the On-Access Scanner’s Network Scanning featureenabled.RESOLUTION: The Anti-Virus Filter Driver was corrected to ensure that scanning of specified file extensionsis optimized, as in previous versions.3.ISSUE: A three-party deadlock occurred, causing the On-Access Scanner to become blocked until it timesout.
NOTE: To manage the new Virtual Machine Protectioncategory with e Policy Orchestrator 3.x or Protection Pilot, you must use the latest NAP file, included in this Patch package, or Virus Scan 8.5i Repost Patch 5.