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Virus alerts locks server

Virus alerts locks server

Virus alerts locks server

Hey there,
Our NAV 7.0 server is locking up after receiving 10 error messages. It is getting messages from our mail server that it has recieved a virus (badtrans).
Its okay now but tonight the server (which is also our pdc) will freeze up until some sucker hits the ok button tomorrow. Anyone have any ideas, ive trawled through everything and not a mention of this problem anywhere else, im not even sure if it can be attributed to Norton Anti-virus or NT

cheers :)

RE: Virus alerts locks server


Have you installed NAVMSE?

If so, you should exclude Exchange work folders from the normal file virus scanner.

Other tips:

* Open Event viewer, and configure all logs to "Overwrite as needed".

* Open Symantec System Center, and check the AMS configuration. Remove unneeded alerts that might have been configured there by you or another admin.


Yizhar Hurwitz

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