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I am looking at McAffe, Norton and Trend Micro. I can download trendmicro in the correct number of users which makes it very appealling. Any thoughts?

Also I keep getting a lsass.exe error on Win Server 2k3, I have run all the patches for the most part except SP1 since I cant get it to stay up long enough to download the 600MB file.

Any thoughts on that, it is a fresh OS install on a Dell machine so I am pretty certain it is not the blaster worm.

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Trendmicro is the best on the market.

Norton tries to do everything and anything but fails horribly. Uses way to much system resources to run effectively.
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Also I keep getting a lsass.exe error on Win Server 2k3, I have run all the patches for the most part except SP1 since I cant get it to stay up long enough to download the 600MB file.

Any thoughts on that, it is a fresh OS install on a Dell machine so I am pretty certain it is not the blaster worm.[/QUOTE]
look at support.microsoft.com
http://support.microsoft.com/search/...x?qu=lsass.exe
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McAfee Enterprise edition
Your just gonna have to price out the differtn brands and licensing.

Some say NOD32 AV.
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Yeah all the enterprise versions are like $2K for 5 licenses. I was hoping for a little less costly a solution. Running Server, 4 work stations, 3 laptops and a remote VPN box.

I am going to go with TrendMcro, have used it before and it is cost effective and no need to wait to get it.

I saw that MS thing after I posted about the lsass

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Yeah all the enterprise versions are like $2K for 5 licenses. I was hoping for a little less costly a solution. Running Server, 4 work stations, 3 laptops and a remote VPN box.

Watch how you assign lisences... you can get away with some pretty tricky stuff. You have your server right? So, you need one license. You have several machines connected to that server at once? Well, you only need that many congruent (or whatever they call it) licenses for that number of users. It all depends on how many CAL's and other shit... Look into it, it might not be as expensive as you think.

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symantec AV, corporate edition.
+1

'Norton' products are designed for the home consumer. 'Symantec' corporate editions are much better, and don't use near the resources.

I've used most productsand I prefer Symantec for installation/setup/management, but Trend Micro's OfficeScan seems to be a little nicer in execution.

On the error, is this thing behind a firewall and/or NAT?
Download the service pack network install version on another computer and copy it over to the server. Take it off the network and see if you can install the SP. If not, you'll have to track down the virus and install the hotfix first.

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I had alot of issues with Norton Home Edition, after every update the Norton internet protection would screw up my router and I would have to spend 1/2 hour to fix it.

Norton's support sucks, you really can't get a live person on the phone. The version I had did not really protect againts spyware.

I tried Mcaffe because it is free via Comcast. I have not had a problem yet and the spysweeper found 100 files Norton never did.




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Yeah it is all behind a firewall. I applied the individual patch to fix the lsass thingy and it seems to be fine now, it was chugging away at the updates when I left it so hopefully it will complete them this time with out hanging.

There is McAffee Enterprise on the computers but it was not a legit copy and started to act funny recently and I am sick of fixing things for these people.

Thanks for the replys guys. Please no more home computer experiances, they really dont do me any good.

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There is McAfee Enterprise on the computers but it was not a legit copy and started to act funny recently and I am sick of fixing things for these people.
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What ver is it? 8.0 i

what do you mean notlegit copy.? Acting funny?
all you have to do is say 1 yr, 2yr, or perpetual license(good forever in good faith of renewing agreement)
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Thanks for the replys guys. Please no more home computer experiances, they really dont do me any good.
Glad the hotfix worked.

BTW, Symantec Corp Edition usually comes in packs, 5-10 users depending on the reseller and package.

If you can save money by getting x # of licenses w/ Trend Micro's product, I'd say go for it.

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It is enterprise 7.0 and I mean I did not pay for the copy, it was given to me from a University copy and the updates have become flacky and some of them have decided by themselves to turn off the OnAccess scanning.

I am still investigating all the options. I need a solution by Friday and if I can get that from McAffe or from Symantic that would be great.

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Turning off On Access Scan And preventing from going to the mcafee.com is a symptom of a virus.

The only other time that happens is while updating DAT. a couple seconds.

Mcafee site does not have 7.0 for download anymore. just 7.1 and 8.0
looked yesterday.
lookup NOD32 for the hell of it.
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DUDE its not a virus I have had two machines do it after a clean OS install with nothing on the systems. The ones that have turned off on access scan have all done it after I updated the DAT so I am pretty certain it is the software.

Either way I am running all the checks and such. I also decided to go with symantec, $540 for 10 licenses of the Enterprise 10.1

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I've used just about all AV products. Most of them blow.

I do like etrust http://www3.ca.com/solutions/SubSolution.aspx?ID=4349

I also use a spam/virus filtering system called postini > http://www.postini.com/ They use McCrappy when filtering email.

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