Once upon a time there was an AD DC with Win2008 R2 Ent x64 and 80GB RAM and 4 quad processors.
On top of that there were three Hyper-V machines. One is the exchange server, one is the Remote Desktop gateway (RD), and the last is just a Plain O’l Server (POS), but it hosts the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager console as well. All Hyper-V servers are 2008 R2 x64 (just like the mother ship)
One day we "tried" to install SAV on all of them. As you probably guessed it all went terribly wrong; End users couldn't connect to exchange to get their mail; Remote users couldn't connect to the RD Server. POS seemed to work fine, but exploding violins were everywhere.
Ended up uninstalling SAV on all machines (except POS) and the clowns got into their little car and drove off.
Kind of would like SAV on the servers (call me old fashioned).
Looking for incite as to what the helllll, and a fix or at lease research material etc.
Since I’m unemployed now I have LOTS of time to get to the bottom of this (kidding).
If anyone has escaped from Zardoz with that information I would reeeally like to know.