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Updating Definitions

Updating Definitions

Updating Definitions

We are running 7.5 on at NT server. Every time we update our denfinitions. We will ended up with about 120 plus emails telling where there are viruses on the system. I have cleaned all of these files from the system, but it is still saying the files are there.

Is this happening because there is a problem with the quarantine server?

Can any one help ?

RE: Updating Definitions

I get the same thing.

Try deleting the quarnatine files on the client, then refresh the system center. I still cant get the quarantine to work properly on a dedicated server

RE: Updating Definitions

I have know managed to get the quarantine server to work after reinstalling everything and using a more powerfull machine.

I have also changed the default port for the quarantine server.

However any files that where trapped by quarantine before, still appear to be on each machine on the system. (Any Ideas on this).

But any new viruses found on the system come to the quarantine server.

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