Scanning a folder using command line
There are 2 methods which you can choose to scan a folder using command line
Method 1: Command line scanning with results shown in SecureAPlus antivirus scanner
Method 2: Command line scanning for APEX, with results shown in console
Press Windows+R to open Run box.
Change the directory in Command Prompt to:
cd C:\Program Files\SecureAge\AntiVirus\APEX\
Next, type the following together with the location of the file or folder to scan without the ‘<>’. The result of the scan will be shown once scanning has completed.
Getting the report file after the scan is completed
For sascanner.exe, the scan result will be located on the following log file:
For Windows 10, it will be at the following folder:
C:\Users\<Windows User Id>\AppData\Roaming\SecureAge Technology\SecureAge\Log\Antivirus.log
For APEXScan.exe, you can pipe the output to a file, for example:
C:\Program Files\SecureAge\AntiVirus\APEX\APEXScan.exe > report.txt