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Is there any antivirus - free download - for windows 2000 server.

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I'm sure there are some free antivirus software packages out there but i wouldn't recommend using any free software for antivirus (especially if it is a server).  I think you will find that most people in this forum will agree with me.  You basically get what you pay for and you will regret it.
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by:Lee W, MVP
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The only antivirus software that's free (non-demo free) is AVG.  But as far as I know it's workstation only.  McAfee Enterprise works on servers and workstations and costs about $20 per year for an enterprise agreement.
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by:nihlcat
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If want AV for your server, by all means, spend $50 and get Mcafee or Norton.
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by:KickR
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Yes.
Keep it offline. Other options are not acceptable for free. OfficeScan 6.5 from Trend Micro is the best your money can buy!

Good luck!
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