We have a domain with three Windows 2003 servers. Two servers have AVG Antivirus.
I am trying to download a Microsoft Access database .mdb, to each of the three servers. I am downloading it, among other files, as a single .zip file, which I then can decompress on the server.
When I download the .zip, it seems to work fine. If I open up the .zip file, I see all of my files, including a .mdb and a .exe. When I extract the files using the built in Windows decompressor, it says it completed successfully, but the .mdb and the .exe do not extract. They are not in the destination directory. If I open the .zip in Windows Explorer, I cannot drag the files out of the .zip. Nothing happens when I do, no error, etc. If I try to download just the .mdb, not in a zipped format, IE says file could not be downloaded, and Firefox says download cancelled.
The two servers this is a problem on both have AVG antivirus, but I've completely disabled AVG and the problem continues. I do not believe we have any Group Policy setup to do this. Does anyone have any suggestions for things to look for, short of uninstalling AVG.