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What is best solution for antivirus for exchange server as well as for ad clients

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Looking for antivirus for AD server running exchange. Also need something that will work for the clients, hopefully something that is managed by the server... What products are out there, that are the best for that?
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Anyone???
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For exchange: http://www.msexchange.org/software/Email-Anti%20Virus/
At my work place we use GFI, it works well but the price is increase lately.  
Anti virus for client machine, we use McAfee.  With McAfee, It install on the server and client machine.  Every night Server download a new update and then push it out to all client machine.  I think i'll stick with it for a long time, reckon it's a very good one.
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Hi,
Solution would be Miocrosoft ForeFront Server . Compatible and managed from Serverside.
Cheers
Nitin
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