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What do you need to consider when using a client-type AV software on an Exchange server?
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Question by:madhurikv
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First thing, make sure your anti-virus is exchange aware or just exclude the databases from the real-time scan.
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you need to make sure that it doesnt scan any of the following :
1. EXCHSRV folder
2. INETSRV
3. INETPUB
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