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Old 04-05-2009, 07:57 AM
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Default Malwarebyte complete command line switch list

mbam.exe /parameter
(where parameter is one of the following)

/debug: allows you to collect information to send as a bug report.
/developer: this command line parameter is explained in the false positives section.
/minimized: allows you to start the program minimized.
/quickscan: allows you to run a quick scan.
/quickscanterminate: allows you to run a quick scan. Program terminates if no items found.
/fullscan: allows you to run a full scan.
/fullscanterminate: allows you to run a full scan. Program terminates if no items found.
/runupdate: allows you to update the program without displaying result dialogs.
/register: allows you to register the program without displaying main dialog.
/fullauto: allows you to run a full scan silently.

Example: mbam.exe /register 12345 AAAA-BBBB-CCCC-DDDD

/updateshowdialog: allows you to update the program displaying all dialogs.
/schedule : allows you to schedule an update and scan for a specific hour. Scan will happen 5 minutes after update.

Example: mbam.exe /schedule 0 (will schedule for 12:00 AM local time)
Example: mbam.exe /schedule 5 (will schedule for 5:00 AM local time)
Example: mbam.exe /schedule 23 (will schedule for 11:00 PM local time)


/updateshowdialog: allows you to update the program displaying all dialogs.

Example: mbam.exe /quickscan
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What's the name of the app that you guy use to extract the command line switches. It was mentioned a few times but I cant find the post.
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Thank you Sir
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What's the name of the app that you guy use to extract the command line switches. It was mentioned a few times but I cant find the post.
do you mean process explorer
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Old 04-05-2009, 11:43 AM
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What's the name of the app that you guy use to extract the command line switches. It was mentioned a few times but I cant find the post.
Is it possibly Universal Silent Switch Finder?

However a lot of times google will find it for you, usually from the software site itself.
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No but that's a good find. I used a trial version of PE Explorer.
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Actually now looking at the name "Universal Silent Switch Finder" I think that was it.

PE Explorer is great but its not free.
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I hope you had better luck with Universal Silent Switch Finder than I did.
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I hope you had better luck with Universal Silent Switch Finder than I did.
A few I tried it with didn't work, but the more obvious programs such as 7-zip work no probs.
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I am curious if anyone has tried using these switches to setup run these as tasks in windows task manager.
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