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Network Lag - Internet Only

Posted on 2004-09-14
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Hey guys,
I'm pretty sure I have someone infected with a virus or some type of spyware.  I run the newest version of Norton Corp. Every client is updated.  I have 3 threats that show up in System Center but running the detection tools from Symantec turned up nothing.  How else can I gauge where or who is using most of the companies interent bandwidth so I can find out who might be infected or possibly has a bad NIC?  I have about 100 users so something that can be run remotely would be much preferred....thanks

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Hi,

If you need to monitor the traffic of these amounts of users, you could use a software program that's specially made for it, something like Cisco works or Sniffler. If these computers connect to just one computer that functions as a router (a windows machine) you could enable Network Monitor on this machine, so you can analyse traffic that comes to this machine.

You could also try and use the Microsoft Baseline Security Analyser, it might find some sort of holes on the pc that causes this...
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