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Run NAV Full System Scan Remote

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Scott Sumner

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On a Windows Server 2003 domain I need to set up the workstations to run a NAV Full System Scan on a scheduled basis. This should be done during non-business hours so as not to disturb the user. The problem is that it will not run unless someone is logged in.

I think I could set up a scheduled Remote Desktop Connection from the server (signed on as the local workstation administrator) and then run a scheduled NAV Full System Scan on the workstation a few minutes later. I don't like this idea though.

Any help???

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