Running E-trust in a Terminal Server Environment.

We recently installed E-trust Antivirus in our environment.  We have the server version installed on our DC and we installed the client version on our Terminal Server.  We noticed that some terminal server users are seeing the e-trust icon in the system tray while others are not.  Is it neccessary to have every user running there own real-time process for E-trust antivirus?  Please advise.
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mikeleebrlaCommented:
as long as the etrust services are all running on the local machine then it is running and you are fine.  Just look in the services MMC.
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