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How will AVG Cloudcare and Exchange 2007 / Server 2003 work? will i have any issues?
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by:Steve
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it doesn't....... this does not appear to be intended for servers.

You can install the server editions on servers and there is an email server one available. but the cloud service only mentions client versions of AV, not server ones.
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Jian An Lim earned 500 total points
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AVG Cloudcare is OS based so if your exchange is installed on the below supported and compatible OS, then why not.



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What operating systems will AVG CloudCare™ be compatible with?

See our list of the multiple operating systems and programs that AVG CloudCare™ client products are compatible with. There’s no need to worry, AVG CloudCare™ will automatically choose and install the right program to install. In addition, AVG CloudCare™ is smart enough to avoid installation on an unsupported device.

Operating system AVG CloudCare™
If four virtual machines were concurrently running on the same physical host, then 4 licenses would be required.

    Windows® XP
    Windows® XP Pro x64 Edition
    Windows® Vista
    Windows® Server Vista x64 Edition
    Windows® 7
    Windows® 7 x64 Edition
    Windows® Server 2003
    Windows® Server 2003 x64 Edition
    Windows® Server 2003 R2
    Windows® Server 2008
    Windows® Server 2008 x64 Edition
    Windows® Server 2008 R2
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AVG States all is good, installes what it needs per OS
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Hi,

Plase take care on this as it isn't just the OS that is the concern here.

AV should be 'application aware' when used on servers. This means that it is designed and configured to work WITH the applications you use, rather than get in their way.

Ensure the couldcare system installs the E-Mail Server version of AVG to your server, not just a version compatible with the Server OS.

http://searchexchange.techtarget.com/tip/How-file-level-antivirus-software-can-harm-your-Exchange-Server
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Talked to AVG About issues after install
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