Hello everyone, I've had an issue with Symantec Endpoint Protection and Quickbooks 2007; SEP holds on to the shared quickbooks company file on the server, and when a client tries to access the file they get a error reporting "the file is already in use". Symantec's fix was to exclude the directory where the quickbooks file was located because auto-protect was the culprit that was holding on to the file. Well that doesn't work, and after spending 2 hours on the phone with their tech support their only fix is for us to get quickbooks 2009 or higher, and of course they don't have a fix for it. They suck! I want to check here to see if anyone has had a similar issue with Nod32 because we want to switch to it. Thanks!