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What Antivirus software will run on 2000 server

What Antivirus software will run on 2000 server

Must be cost effective
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stevegw62
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rhandelsCommented:
Hi,

I would guess that almost any software program will run on Windows 2000, like

Trendmicro
Norman
Norton Anti Virus
MC Afee....

It's your own personal feeling with either one of them that makes you buy them. Cost effective wise, they are all in the same area....
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Zaheer IqbalTechnical Assurance & ImplementationCommented:
Well u have a free one here and its pretty good www.free-av.com
I would not go for Norton because it is not well i would say up to scratch, 1stly it uses to many resources..
Trendmicro seems to be great... But if u want a 2 in 1 id go for zonealarm pro security suite 5..
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stevegw62Author Commented:
Sorry I forgot to mention it must work with Active Directory and be able to send updates to the pcs without internet access.
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rhandelsCommented:
Hi,

I would say Norman... We use it to. It's installed on one of our servers and you can distrib it among all workstations within the domain...
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stravzeCommented:
I would go with Sophos, it is excellent and very very easy to setup and configure and it automatically push out updates, had it running for 3 years now and not a single problem.
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stravzeCommented:
Thanks
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