on demand virus scanning of XP share

Andrew L. Gould algould at datawok.com
Thu Jun 9 18:13:02 GMT 2005

On Thursday 09 June 2005 11:28 am, dave wrote:
> Hello,
>     I've got clamav installed on a 5.4 box and i'm trying to use it
> to do demand scanning of a windows XP machine. I'm atempting to mount
> the system's C$ share, but although it shows up in the listing of
> smbclient -L //SystemName -N atempting to mount it via mount_smbfs
> mount_smbfs //user at SystemName/C$ /mnt
> produces either a timeout error or an address not found message
> depending on whether the -N option is used. Is this possible what i'm
> atempting to do? Thanks.
> Dave.

I accomplished something very similar using clamav and sharity-light.  
Sharity-light allows you to mount Windows shares; and can be found in 
the ports at /usr/ports/net/sharity-light.

Dru Lavigne published a tutorial regarding sharity-light at:

Best of luck,

Andrew Gould

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