I downloaded the CRD 2.0.261647.1 and it appears to work fine EXCEPT it wants to download a 115MB file to be able to check for latest viruses etc. This is unworkable for me as I have both slow Internet and limited bandwidth (can’t afford to download that monster file).
A post here says you can create a CRD using CIS6, which I assume means that if you have the up-to-date CIS6 installed then the created CRD will also have the latest cav file.
Is this correct? I’ve been holding-off updating CIS from 5.x but if CIS6 does this it could inspire me.
Ok now we’re back to Square One with this question: Can you or can-you-Not make a CRD using CIS6 that includes the latest signatures that (obviously) CIS6 already has and is being constantly updated with? So that when you boot a PC with CRD you don’t have to DL 115MB again, i.e. you only need perhaps the most recent of the smaller updates?
The question is very simple: when you have a problem PC that you want to boot with CRD and check, can you make a CD with your CIS6-with-latest-sigs and thereby using the very latest cav file inside CRD so you don’t have to download that big file again?