Virex 6.1 full review
The scheduling system - completely revamped in Virex 6.0 - can now be utilized in this way. Individual users can set up their own schedules that come into operation as they log on, scanning special folders, or disks, according to the scheduled timings. The system owner has the can also schedule updates and system-wide scans that take place irrespective of who is logged in. Virex now also uses Navigation Services for dialogue boxes. These were introduced with Mac OS 8.5 as a replacement for the traditional open-&-save as dialogues. They allow direct access to the Favourites menu and recently used items. Not many applications use them, which is a shame. A hard disk can be searched for a particular folder, that can then be dragged-&-dropped on to the dialogue box to move straight to it. Also, security has been improved. A password can be set to prevent the Virex preferences from being opened after configuration, and there's an option to stop someone from aborting an action or opening the schedule editor - essential when using the multiple users facility. In a muddle
It's a bit confusing though, as there's already a security part to the control panel preferences with its own password to prevent the control panel from being opened. One program, two passwords. Finally, the control panel, main application and scheduler can now be opened individually from the control strip module.