I've been having tons of network issues on a clean new installed Vista ultimate 32 system with nod32 v3 AV, I've had random disconnects while transferring files on both wired and wireless connections, usually simply 'there is a problem accesing (path to local file)' which is strange as I'd expect it to be stating there was a problem connecting to the remote machine, not local files. The latest error was a file transfer stopping with the error "the semaphore timeout period has expired", this occurred every time i tried to copying the Visual Studio 2008 iso across a wired 100mbps network (3.82GB file). This is using default TCP/IP & SMB2.0 used in Vista file sharing. (transfers were all vista <-> vista, but the other machine doesn't yet have any AV installed) This problematic behaviour disappears completely withd 'Web access protection' disabled in my nod32 3.0.563.0 trial. Is there a better solution or are there known issues with networking with v3? I've recommended v2 to countless people, and businesses and never seen an issue like this before.