AD AWARE & User Accounts

  Mo H 20:15 28 Apr 2004
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If I run AA when logged in to my user account does it find all users 'ads'

  Kernow Man 20:17 28 Apr 2004

I understand that you need to run it for each account holder.

  Mo H 20:19 28 Apr 2004

If that is the case ...is there one for all the PC to save logging in & out of the different accounts. Maybe we should ask Lavasoft if they incorporate it into the next upgrade!

  TommyRed 20:27 28 Apr 2004

No mine doesn't I put them (Ad-Aware and Spybot) from my desktop into the 'All User's' folder then run them from there for each individual user. To get to 'All User's' folder, right click on Start select Explore and it's there drag them into the folder, then open each User and repeat procedure to run them from inside 'All User's'. Upon completion I open the folder under my own account and drag them back to my desktop. If there's an easier way I'm all ears or eyes. HTH TR

  PSF 20:28 28 Apr 2004

I have three users on my pc. If I do the deep scan it searches all of the users and finds the adds. It takes a long time to do the search, but it saves switching back and forth.

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