Windows Server Core Commands

Perform OfficeScan agent tasks by issuing commands from the command line interface.

To run the commands, go to the location of PccNTMon.exe. This process is responsible for starting the OfficeScan agent console. This process is found under the <Agent installation folder>.

The following table lists the available commands.

Table 1. Windows Server Core Commands

Command

Action

pccnt <drive or folder path>

Scans the specified drive or folder for security risks

Guidelines:

  • If the folder path contains a space, enclose the entire path in quotes.

  • Scanning of individual files is not supported.

Correct commands:

  • pccnt C:\

  • pccnt D:\Files

  • pccnt "C:\Documents and Settings"

Incorrect commands:

  • pccnt C:\Documents and Settings

  • pccnt D:\Files\example.doc

pccntmon -r

Opens Real-time Monitor

pccntmon -v

Lists the agent components and their versions

pccntmon -u

Updates the OfficeScan agent components

pccntmon -n <unload_password>

Unloads the OfficeScan agent

To reload the OfficeScan agent, type the following command:

pccntmon

pccntmon -m <uninstall_password>

Uninstalls the OfficeScan agent

pccntmon -c

Shows the following information in the command line:

  • Scan method

    • Smart scan

    • Conventional scan

  • Pattern status

    • Updated

    • Outdated

  • Real-time scan service

    • Functional

    • Disabled or Not Functional

  • Agent connection status

    • Online

    • Roaming

    • Offline

  • Web Reputation Services

    • Available

    • Reconnecting

  • File Reputation Services

    • Available

    • Reconnecting

pccntmon -h

Shows all the available commands