Needing a commandline antivirus solution for servers(exchange, SQL, etc)

Posted on 2009-02-09
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I am currently looking for a good commandline antivirus scanner for windows server 2003/2008, with Microsoft exchange realtime scanning features, as well as SQL support, etc. Any Ideals? Don't want to spend too much on it, but all suggestions would  be appreciated! Thank you.
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Heliumhigh earned 600 total points
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I haven't used the new version, but Nod32 by http://eset.com/ has been outstanding for me in the past, and it supports all sorts of command-line functions

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I would like to mention that I would prefer to not have a scanner that does any real time scanning, or consumes any system resources other then when I want it to.

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