Which anti-malware for Windows Server 2008 x64?

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by ahinterl, Jul 7, 2009.

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  1. ahinterl

    ahinterl Registered Member

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    Which anti-malware/antivirus do you recommend for one Windows Server 2008 x64 (no volume licenses or "enterprise" editions please, it's really only one single server; in addition, it does ftps only and has no CIFS traffic at all, so no Windows users etc. for which the volume licenses account: "10 users and up" and such)?

    Currently, I look if the desktop versions of Kaspersky, G-Data, Bitdefender etc. work on the server (Avira refuses install)...

    Andreas
     
  2. Rules

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    If you have windows server you must install this avira :

    http://www.avira.com/fr/downloads/avira_antivir_server.html


    So you can also try Zone alarm Pro or OutPost Firewall Pro with a-squared by emsisoft.

    Rules
     
  3. tesk

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    I have Eset Smart Security Buiness Edition running on my Windows Server Standard.

    It works fine.
     
  4. BlueZannetti

    BlueZannetti Administrator

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    To all,

    How about we save everyone a bit of bother and refrain from posting instructions designed to subvert product licensing restrictions? OK? Thanks in advance.

    Blue
     
  5. AndyXS

    AndyXS Registered Member

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    That it?
    Save yourself about $900 and get a linux box
     
  6. lodore

    lodore Registered Member

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    f-prot or vipre
    both work on windows server 2008 and you can buy a single license for them.

    try one at a time and choose the one you like best.

    If i was you i would setup a linux server instead but its up to you ive given three different options now.
     
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