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Antivirus and firewall solutions for web server

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We have just moved to a new Windows 2003 web server.  I am concerned that there isn't any antivirus or firewall set up on the server and I would like any recommendations for this operating system.
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We use Panda on our local network - it is excellent.  However, it doesn't support Win 2003.
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I'm afraid your wrong... I have Panda Adminsecure running smoothly on our Win 2k3. I can send you some screenshots if you want.

This new version  brings a firewall, and some "Panda Invent"capabilities. You can remotely check operative systems, motherboards, harddrives, etc.

And finally no more cmd screens at logon (.bat files are over, but you can use them if you need them).

Hope I have help you.
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Thanks - I am installing the trial right now.
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