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Re: Trend Micro AV
From: Aaron Phillips <aaronwphillips () gmail com>
Date: Tue, 24 Jan 2006 13:36:30 -0500

   I don't have much experience with Trend Micro on the server side, but on 
the client side I would have no second thoughts about deploying it. I 
recently started consulting for an organization that's used it exclusively as 
the desktop protection on 150 workstations. The virus protection is as good 
as anyone else's (Works great when updated, like sh*t when not) and the 
firewall is easily to configure or shut off. In addition, Trend Micro now 
owns anti-spyware products like CWShredder and appears to be doing a good job 
at integrating spyware detection and cleaning into its' sweeps. 

On Saturday 21 January 2006 06:21, bhartiap () gmail com wrote:
Hello,

we are evaluating Trend Micro AV  (NS-2) for our organization. We have 3
servers (1 linux + 2 Win x) and more  than 80 users over a WAN.

I have no recollection of anybody talking about Trend Micro AV in this
list. Can anybody give me feedback on this product. We want AV on server
and client, with automatic pushing of updates by the server to client.


Also, which is advisable, online AV scanning  vis-a-vis periodic scheduled
scanning.


thanks and regards
Pankaj

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