MS-DOS and Windows command line msav command
Msav is an external command and is available for the following Microsoft operating systems.
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Scans your computer for known viruses.
MSAV [drive:] [drive:] [drive:]
MSAV [drive:][path]file name [/S | /C] [/R] [/A | /L] [/N] [/P] [/F] [/VIDEO]
|/S||Scans disk and files for viruses (on by default).|
|/C||Scans and cleans disk and files for viruses.|
|/R||Creates a report file [MSAV.RPT] in the root directory.|
|/A||Scans all drives except drives A and B.|
|/L||Scans all local drives except drives A and B.|
|/N||Displays contents of MSAV.TXT, if present, in place of interface.|
|/P||Displays the command-line interface.|
|/F||Turns off the display of file names that have been scanned. Use only with /N or /P.|
|/VIDEO||Displays a list of switches that control how MSAV is displayed.|
MSAV /s /r
Open the virus scanner, scan on default, and then create a report and save it to a file.
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