Difference between XMON and Exchange Version

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  1. timh

    timh Registered Member

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    Can anyone tell me the basic difference between the nod32 Enterprise client running XMON and the exchange version. Is it that one runs on exchange and the other is on a client? I'm sure there is more to it otherwise why buy the exchange license?

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    webyourbusiness Registered Member

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    xmon is the eXchange monitor - same thing I think you'll find.

    From: http://download1.eset.com/manuals/nod32raman.pdf

    hth

    Greg
     
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    Re: Difference between EMON and Exchange Version

    I just caught my mistake. My real question should have been:

    What is the difference between XMON and EMON. What does a client lose by not purchasing XMON?
     
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    Re: Difference between EMON and Exchange Version

    without XMON, the threat that arrives via email will sit on your network until XMON scans it during exchange server and client communication (scanned by the client) - with XMON, your exchange server will clean/remove the threat before the client even gets a chance to scan it.
     
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    Re: Difference between EMON and Exchange Version

    XMON is designed specifically to run on an Exchange Server, to protect Exchange. EMON is designed to protect MS Outlook. On a server, you would not have EMON enabled, since you shouldn't have Outlook running on a server.
     
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