Removal of Symantec Corporate Edition Virus Program

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by Mikkel, Feb 22, 2005.

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  1. Mikkel

    Mikkel Registered Member

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    I got a nice order confirmation today ( 58 pc and servers ) :D and the challenge now it to get rid of Symantec Corporate edition 7.xxx the smoothes way.

    Do anyone of you have any experience with scripting this kind of operations ?
    Doing a manually remove operation on each machine is to time consuming imo.

    Any suggestions ? :)
     
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    Uffffff...... Better you than me :D
     
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    Got any holy water handy? ;)
     
  4. Mikkel

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    /bump anyone ?
     
  5. NOD32 user

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    Please confirm before testing that the following will give you the result that you are looking for....

    1. Using M$ Windows OPK build a new installation config set or image and then by any of the available methods - depending on what your config set or image ends up being exactly - perform a network wide 'clean sweep'. That way you can be sure Symantec Corporate edition 7.xxx is completely gone.

    I'm not writing this in jest, but if you've no experience in the above tools and methods then

    2. The old fashioned hard slog might be the most time efficient answer. Note every single step and keypress down from the first machine you do then just follow it like a check sheet. Once you're ready to go and if you can do say ten pc's at once the manual method doesn't take very long per PC.

    Reasonably quick working on multiple machines at once but the first suggestion is definately quicker and surer if you've got what you need to do it.

    Hope this is some help for you in the absence of the answer you asked for.
     
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  6. Mikkel

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  7. Blackspear

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    Thanks Mikkel, let us know how you go...

    Cheers :D
     
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