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Anti virus for Server 2008 R2

Anti virus for Server 2008 R2

Anti virus for Server 2008 R2

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Anti virus for Server 2008 R2
Can anyone recommend one.

RE: Anti virus for Server 2008 R2

I just moved our organization to Vipre AV business edition. http://www.threattracksecurity.com/business-antivi...
we had AVG for years. the new AVG resident shield gave us issues. was quarantining our applications, could not stop it. I wanted a light client that could update itself. I have multiple domains in different buildings could not have a full agent system pushing out updates this seems to work well. the cost was reasonable with 250 pc's to manage.

Leon

RE: Anti virus for Server 2008 R2

AVG has always been the best for server and network security. why did you move?

RE: Anti virus for Server 2008 R2

Nice free version available from ClamAV. I use it at home on my server.

I hope that helps.

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Mark

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