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heikwith scanning ignored drives
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I have ignored 5 very large drives with a large number of files.
Why is PSI scanning this drives at every scan again ?
My scan takes hours and there is no need for that !!!!

wr RE: scanning ignored drives
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There is an answer here in this thread, scroll down to about the 9th or 10th reply-by Morten Hansen who is a Secunia Official-
http://secunia.com/community/forum/thread/show/772

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heikwith RE: scanning ignored drives
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That is a stupid answer !!!
PSI is a very nice application.
But because of this useless long scan it is useless for me now.
And I am not alone with that problem as you can see there.
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wr RE: scanning ignored drives
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I do agree with you & so does M. Hansen scroll to the last reply in this thread-there may soon be a solution to this problem-I'm sure any input will be taken into consideration. http://secunia.com/community/forum/thread/show/146...

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heikwith RE: scanning ignored drives
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wr,
I do not know what you want to tell me.
In that thread they only talk about the Secunia FORUM.
It has nothing to do with our problem with the useless scanning.
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wr RE: scanning ignored drives
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Read the last reply from Morten Hansen-he agrees that there are updates/improvements that need to be addressed & provides the info where to send suggestions. I'm sure these suggestions to improve/change PSI will be considered also-be it for the forum or to changes to PSI itself.
Regards, wr

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consistency RE: scanning ignored drives
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see http://secunia.com/community/forum/thread/show/772
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