Qnap ile birlikte ücresiz bir Antivirüs desteği gelmektedir. Tek yapmanız gereken Uygulama Sunucularının altından antivirüs’ü aktif hale getirmek.
Eğer bu menüyü göremezseniz, lütfen ürününüzün yazılımını güncelleyin.
Use the antivirus feature to scan the NAS manually or on recurring schedule and delete, quarantine, or report files infected by viruses, malware, Trojans, and other malicious threats. To use this feature, select “Enable antivirus” and click “Apply”.
Select “Check and update automatically” and specify the interval in days to update the antivirus definitions automatically. Click “Update Now” next to online update to update the antivirus definitions immediately. Users can also download the update files from http://www.clamav.net and update the antivirus definitions manually.
The NAS must be connected to the Internet to use this feature.
View the quarantine information of the disk volumes on the NAS. For the details, go to “Application Servers” > “Antivirus” > “Quarantine”.
The NAS supports manual and scheduled scanning of all or specific network shares. Up to 64 schedules can be created and maximum 5 scan jobs can run concurrently. To create a scan job, follow the steps below.
|1.||Go to “Application Servers” > “Antivirus” > “Scan Jobs”. Click “New Scan Job”.|
|2.||Enter the job name and select the network shares to scan. To scan a specific network share, select the share and click “Add”.|
|3.||Multiple network shares can be selected. To remove a network share, click next to the share name. Click “Next”.|
|4.||Define the schedule for the scan job. Click “Next”.|
|5.||Select to scan all the files in the network share(s) or quick scan to scan only potentially dangerous files. Select “Exclude files or folders” and specify a file, a folder, or a file extension to be excluded from the virus scan. Separate each entry by a space in the same line or enter one entry per line. For example:|
|6.||Enable other scan options:|
|•||Specify the maximum file size (1-4096 MB) allowed for scanning.|
|•||To scan compressed files in the network share(s), enable “Scan compressed files”. Specify the maximum amount of data (1-4096 MB) in an archive file for scanning if applicable.|
|•||To scan MS Office and Mac Office files, RTF, PDF, and HTML files, select “Scan documents”.|
|7.||Specify the actions to take when infected files are found.|
|•||Only report the virus: The virus scan reports are recorded under the “Reports” tab. No actions will be done to the infected files.|
|•||Move infected files to quarantine: The infected files will be quarantined and cannot be accessed from the original network shares. Users can view the virus scan reports under the “Reports” tab and delete/restore the infected files under the “Quarantine” tab.|
|•||Delete infected files automatically: The infected files will be deleted and cannot be recovered.|
To receive an alert email when an infected file is found or after scanning has completed, configure the SMTP server settings in “System Administration” > “Notification” > “Configure SMTP Server”. Click “OK” to create the scan job.
|8.||The scan job will run according to the specified schedule.|
|Run the scan job now.|
|Stop the scan job.|
|Edit the scan job settings.|
|Download the last virus scan summary. The file can be opened by a text editor, such as WordPad.|
|Delete the scan job.|
View or download the reports of the latest scan jobs on the NAS.
|Download the virus scan report. The file can be opened by a text editor, such as WordPad.|
|Delete an entry on the list.|
|DOWNLOAD||Download all the virus scan logs on the list as a zip file.|
|•||Specify the number of days (1-999) to keep the logs|
|•||Enable the option “Archive logs after expiration” and specify the network share to save the logs once the number of days to keep the logs has been reached. Click “Apply” to save the changes.|
This page shows the quarantined files on the NAS. Users can manually delete or restore the quarantined files, or restore and add the files to the exclude list.
|Delete an infected file. The file cannot be recovered.|
|Restore an infected file to its original network share.|
|Restore an infected file and add the file into the exclude list (scan filter).|
|Restore Selected Files||Restore multiple files on the list.|
|Delete Selected Files||Delete multiple files on the list. The files cannot be recovered.|
|Delete All Files||Delete all the files on the list. The files cannot be recovered.|