UVK scripting commands - <ImunizeSystem>

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<ImunizeSystem>

Immunizes or un-immunizes one or more areas. For more information about the UVK immunization see UVK Immunization.

The syntax for this command is:

<ImunizeSystem>[Area number 1]|[Area number 2]|[Area number n]|AllUsers.

Using this command without parameters will make UVK un-immunize any previously immunized areas.

The area numbers must be separated by a vertical bar (|).

Available areas and corresponding numbers are:

0 - Autorun entries.
1 - Startup and tasks folders.
2 - Winlogon entries.
3 - RunOnce entries.
4 - RunServices entries.
5 - RunServicesOnce entries.
6 - Group policies.
7 - Lsa providers.
8 - Hosts file.
9 - Image Hijacks.
10 - Driver files.
11 - SubSystems key.
12 - Browser helper objects.
13 - Url search hooks.
14 - Main IE entries.
15 - IE toolbars and search.
16 - Internet settings.
17 - Explorer registry entries.
18 - Shell execute hooks.
19 - Desktop registry entries.
20 - Start menu.
21 - Chrome's preferences.
22 - Chrome's secure preferences.
23 - Chrome's extensions.
24 - Chrome's group policies.
25 - Firefox's ad-ons.
26 - Firefox's extensions.
27 - Firefox's search providers.
28 - Firefox's settings.

Specifying |AllUsers at the end of the command will make UVK set the immunization for all the local users. Immunizing all users is only available for users having a UVK license key.

Examples:

;The example below will immunize the Autorun entries, Winlogon entries,
;IE toolbars and search and the Start menu areas:

<ImunizeSystem>0|2|15|20

 

;The example below will immunize the recommended areas for all users:

<ImunizeSystem>8|12|13|14|15|16|18|AllUsers

 

;The example below will un-immunize any previously immunized areas:

<ImunizeSystem>

Any previously immunized areas not specified in the new command will be automatically un-immunized:

 

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