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Infection W32.downadup.B, others? Network reinfecting itself.

I have a windows domain with 2 domain controllers and 3 member servers. W32.downadup.b has made its rounds, damaging one of the member servers. It has restricted access to DNS strings (ie: symantec.com will not resolve in any browser, even browsers installed after the event) adaware, spybot, and symantec AV 1-22-09 find no events. Anyone got any solutions/suggestions to check for modified settings? lmhosts/hosts are empty.
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rpggamergirl

8/22/2022 - Mon
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jmicorp

i did figure it out for myself but i'll give you points for being correct.

google for "W32.downadup tool" and the first link from symantec will provide a proper functional tool for 3 variants; ., .A, and .B

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jmicorp

My notes provide an extra insight into repair of this annoyance.
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Thanks!
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