01-20-2010 01:50 PM
Since installing NIS 2010 the main database program I use runs very slowly. It is server from a shared drive on an Win 7 machine and is run on 2 client pc's Vista / XP sp3. It seems as if NIS 2010 is scanning every read write on the shared drive. Is there any way of reducing the real time scans without compromising security?
01-26-2010 09:59 PM
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<< It seems as if NIS 2010 is scanning every read write on the shared drive.>>
That is how Auto-Protect the real time scanner is desgined to work. It will scan each and every read-write operations in your computer. Unfortunately, there is no way you can overcome this at the cost of compromising security. But, because you are accessing the file from a known server of yours, it isn't a big risk to disable Auto-Protect and see how it goes. Just my two cents.
01-27-2010 12:52 AM
Check the status of the Windows 7 server computer in the Network Security map, and make sure that it is set to Full Trust. You can also try excluding the file/folder associated with the Database program from the Auto-Protect Scans .