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antivirus & spyware

R
#1
I managed a small non-profit entity . We use Microsoft Security essentials
for antivirus on the workstations. IS there a good reliable freeware
antivirus program for the servers? We have a domain and Exchange member
server

Thanks,

Raul Rego
NJPIES
 

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M

Meinolf Weber [MVP-DS]

#2
Hello Raul,

Never heard/seen a free server AV version.

Best regards

Meinolf Weber
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> I managed a small non-profit entity . We use Microsoft Security
> essentials for antivirus on the workstations. IS there a good
> reliable freeware antivirus program for the servers? We have a domain
> and Exchange member server
>
> Thanks,
>
> Raul Rego
> NJPIES
 

My Computer

#3
Raul, you might check out www.techsoup.org. They offer Symantec Endpoint
Protection at very reasonable prices if your organization can meet the
nonprofit qualifications.

"Raul" <jjkgr@newsgroup> wrote in message
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> I managed a small non-profit entity . We use Microsoft Security
> essentials for antivirus on the workstations. IS there a good reliable
> freeware antivirus program for the servers? We have a domain and Exchange
> member server
>
> Thanks,
>
> Raul Rego
> NJPIES
>
 

My Computer

D

Dusko Savatovic

#4
Take special care of Exchange server.
You need "Exchange" type of AV software.
If you are using standard, make sure to exclude all Exchange database and
log files and folders. If a virus arrives in a message and it is stored in
Exchange database or log and then if AV software tries to quarantine such a
message, Exchange database corruption may occur.


"Raul" <jjkgr@newsgroup> wrote in message
news:efZ3hy#rKHA.728@newsgroup

> I managed a small non-profit entity . We use Microsoft Security
> essentials for antivirus on the workstations. IS there a good reliable
> freeware antivirus program for the servers? We have a domain and Exchange
> member server
>
> Thanks,
>
> Raul Rego
> NJPIES
>
 

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W

Wolfgang Sirges

#5
On Thu, 18 Feb 2010 10:27:57 -0500, David Kerber
<ns_dkerber@newsgroup_warrenrogersassociates.com> wrote:

>
>ClamWin
>
Bear in mind that ClamWin is an on-demand-scanner only, not on-access.
Don't forget to configure and run (via Task Scheduler) a complete scan
at least once daily.

Wolfgang.
 

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