What anti-virus to use for a small office using Windows SBS 2003 (2 workstations, 2 laptops)

We're setting up a small office on Windows SBS 2003.  Although growth is expected, right now we have 2 workstations and 2 laptop users.  The laptop users will sometimes be in the office (docking station) and sometimes on the road.  Is a standard anti-virus suite with just multi-user license sufficient?  How should I go about protecting the server?  Suggestions as far as Zone Alarm, Norton, TrendMicro, etc are welcomed!

Thanks!
Kevin
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Shanmuga SundaramDirector of Software EngineeringCommented:
We use AVG free edition and till date we dont face any issues.
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younghvCommented:
I have completely converted to AVG-Pro for AV and SuperAntiSpyware-Pro for AS.

AVG Pro costs about US$14.50/year and SAS is US$29.00/lifetime subscription.

Both products run fully automated protection (real-time), scanning, and updating.
Both products are as good - or better - than anything else on the market.
Both products are easy on the processor - as opposed to a lot of 'resource hogs' out there.

http://www3.grisoft.com/doc/41/us/crp/0
http://www.superantispyware.com/

You must have both AV and AS.

If you are running XP or Vista, you do not need a second 'software' Firewall on your computer.

If your router has a firewall, that is great. If it doesn't, you should get one with firewall when it is time to replace it.

btw - I strongly recommend against any of the 'suite' types of applications.
They appear to be trying to be "all things for all people" and tend to create problems with either hogging resources, conflicting with basic operations, and other stuff.

Post back when you can.

Vic
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Kevin SmithAuthor Commented:
After some research, I went with TrendMicro.  AVG was my second choice, but a couple of benefits finally pushed me into the TM.  Thanks guys!
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