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Anti-Virus software for a Server
phantomreaper 
17/6/08 9:50:33 AM
Champion

I'm doing a task in class to create a pseudo-server for a company, and I want to know what Anti-Virus program would be good to run off a server and push updates out to the workstations?

Thanks

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chrisbrownie 
17/6/08 9:30:41 PM
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Symantec Corporate AntiVirus is the best I've seen.

ClientInstall is marvellous - remote install and push to clients as far across the world as you want, and all updates can be done from the server.

Any questions about it, let me know, I use it day-in day-out.

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iamthemaxx 
18/6/08 2:21:27 PM
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SuperHero

Immortal


What OS?

We run BitDefender here on Win2K3, works a charm.

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Leaflet 
18/6/08 9:00:50 PM
Overlord


Have a look at the Sophos suite. It will do incoming email scanning & spam filtering too if you go for the small business suite.

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PC FREAK 
4/7/08 3:54:38 PM
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Symantec is great for server side stuffs :).

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psuedo 
5/7/08 1:22:55 AM
Serf
I use Trend Server-Protect.... works fine and integrated well with Office scan for PCs

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