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Batch File for Antispyware/Antivirus w/ Logging - Looking for Suggestions

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#1 intelllitek2000


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Posted 19 June 2009 - 01:14 PM

As a project for my office, I've been attempting to develop a batch file which would be able to:
- Install popular antivirus/antispyware
- Run any of these programs
- Log output of what was cleaned/found
- Clean up the install if necessary.

Ideally, these tasks would be run unattended and not require any user intervention.
This would provide a starting point to machines we came across in-house with misc viruses/spyware.

So far, I've found command-line methods to install and silently run:

Ccleaner (silent example: Ccleaner.exe /AUTO ) and
Spybot (silent example: SpybotSD.exe /taskbarhide /autoclose /autocheck /autofix)

but they do not currently have logging methods that I've come across to integrate into the batch file.

So if anyone has any suggestions of programs to use that can be integrated into a batch file or command line switches that can be used on other programs, please respond :thumbsup:


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