As NIRCMD.EXE seems to be part of the "core files", the bootcd won't build if the antivirus software removes it. Compared to false positives generated by plugins that if not needed can be disabled and removed, this is a bit more severe. I had to remove the antivirus software entirely as the corporate version didn't allow me to ignore files.
If NIRCMD.EXE is not a threat it would be cool to have Panda remove it from their lists. If it is a threat it would be nice if it could be removed from ubcd4win so it not longer triggers errors.
Update: Using UBCD4WIN 3.11
This post has been edited by netbjarne: 19 February 2008 - 04:32 AM