Great! You will need to download and install Norton AntiVirus for
servers, available from:
During the installation process, you are asked to join a server group,
or to create one. You should be able to view the
"UVM AntiVirus 2" group at this point. You will select this group, and
enter "l3tm31n!" as the password (the first character is the lowercase
letter "L", the second to last is the numeral "one").
If you cannot see the UVM group, just create your own (do not accept the
default group name), and let me know the computer name of your
server(s). I can drag you into the AntiVirus 2 group after install if
I am available for on-site help if necessary (though it may have to wait
a few days).
Tony Richey wrote:
>I would like to join.
>Quoting Greg MacKinnon <[log in to unmask]>:
>>I have just created a second Norton AntiVirus server management group
>>for departmental servers: "UVM AntiVirus 2". The purpose of this group
>>is to increase the amount of control that departmental server
>>administrators have over their AntiVirus solution, while ensuring that
>>all managed servers get frequent antivirus definition and product
>>Servers in this group will receive daily updates of virus definitions,
>>emergency definition updates on demand, immediate scan-engine updates
>>(as they become available), real-time filesystem protection, and weekly
>>drive sweeps (Sunday at midnight). Server admins will be able to
>>or add to these settings. As an added benefit, these servers will have
>>access to Symantec Quarantine, which assists in the cleaning of
>>Because proper management of an AntiVirus solution requires constant
>>attention, I would encourage all server admins to join this group.
>> Please contact me if you are interested.
>>CIT Client Services
>Tony Richey, CNE
>Information Systems Specialist
>University of Vermont
>College of Medicine
>Department of Molecular Physiology and BioPhysics
>Health Science Research Facility
>Burlington, VT 05405
>(802) 656-4448 Voice
>(802) 656-0747 Fax
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