Would we need anti-virus software on public computers if we are using Deep Freeze and Anti-Executable?
We have about 150 public computers and we currently run Deep Freeze with Norton Antivirus. The problem is keeping norton up to date while using deep freeze and running scans. Although we followed the instructions that deep freeze puts out on how to run them side by side we still run in to some machines that will not update correctly.
So I got to wondering do we really even need an anti-virus software on these machines due to the fact we are running Deep Freeze? We also recently purchased Anti-Exec from Faronics as well and plan to implement that on the machines. So between the two products do we really need an antivirus? why or why not?
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