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  1. Hi, I have problems setting KAV (for Linux mail server) up so that it would pass trough password protected attachments without changing original mail (no warning massages and attached reports...) I would also like that other things are normally checked. This settings should aplay only to one domain... This is what i trayed and it didn't work: form my kav4mailservers.conf file... [smtpscan.group:domain] Check=yes Senders=.*@domain.com Quarantine=yes AdminNotify=no AdminAction=unchanged SenderNotify=no RecipientNotify=yes RecipientAttachReport=yes RecipientAction=unchanged ProtectedQuarantine=no ProtectedRecipientNotify=no ProtectedRecipientAttachReport=no ProtectedRecipientAction=unchanged Thanks for help! CiF
  2. So what should i do now CiF
  3. I have problems runing ASP based pages! I think that KAV for win workstation (ver. is the problem! KAV is runing on WinXP computer with IIS installed! (so pages are runing localy) I have tried do disable real time protection and it doesn't help. Every time i get this kind of error: ... HTTP 500.100 - Internal Server Error - ASP error Internet Information Services -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Technical Information (for support personnel) Error Type: Active Server Pages (0x0) An error occurred while creating object 'WScript'. Browser Type: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; .NET CLR 1.1.4322) Page: GET /testkav/Default.asp Time: 9. december 2005, 11:28:28 More information: Microsoft Support Active Server Pages error '00000000' Create object failed ? An error occurred while creating object 'JSProxy'. test ... The page i'm trying to load has only one line of code: <% Set fs=Server.CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") response.Write "test" %> The first time it loads i get error and after presing "refresh" page loads normaly. If KAV is not runing page loads normaly for the first time! Thanks for any help! CiF
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