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Re: Anti-Virus software for windows server

Though the comic makes a good point,
some people are coerced by circumstances into running such software.

There is Free virus scanner called clamwin http://www.clamwin.com/
but it can only scan and remove, it does not block activity.
Since Windows Server users have money for licenses
most "security" software companies have products for them:

Note that Microsoft recommends not to scan various files:
(I have seen updates fail due to automatically acting on false positives.)

On Sun, Mar 21, 2010 at 12:35:54PM -0400, Flamsmark wrote:
>    [1]http://xkcd.com/463/
>    If you administer your server in a reasonable way, you shouldn't need any
>    antivirus software.
>    On 21 March 2010 12:19, Jon <[2]torance.ca@[3]gmail.com> wrote:
>      Seems to me I saw in one of the messages awhile back about anti-virus
>      software for servers. I cant seem to locate it in the archives. What
>      anti-virus programs are being used for windows servers?
>      Specifically, win 2003 or win 2008 ?
>      Thanks.
>      Jon
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