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Free virus protection for Windows SBS?


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RjBass

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I'm looking for a basic and free anti virus program that works with Windows Small Business Server. This server is not actually being used in a business but more as a test bed for learning. All the same I would like to have at least some kind of anti virus protection on it and I don't have the funds to pay for anything right now. Anybody know of anything that will work?
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Most ( maybe all - haven't tried ) free anti-virus are free only for personal use and will not install on a server operating system.... having said that you could try clamav as that is an open source av I believe.... good luck
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Yeah, I use clamav in my Virtual Machine.. WS2K3
http://w32.clamav.net/

Good Have fun!
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Thanks. I'll check it out. For the moment I have Avast SBS instaled as it's good for 90 days. But after that I may be out of luck unless I want to pony up and pay for something.
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