No, the process can't be stopped. It is running in the background,
Norton is not active....just the process. It doesn't seem to be
happening on ALL the computers and I can't see any common denominator.
From: Departmental Technology Coordinators
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Sent: Monday, June 30, 2003 9:33 AM
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Subject: Re: Antivirus software update
I did a Google Search for MessageBouncer, which returned two hits; one
was for a Spyware product that lets someone surreptitiously monitor
activity on a computer, the other got me eventualy to McAfee online
I am not aware of any wide-spread problems with Symantec Antivirus. Are
you able to kill the NTVSCAN process?
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Lida Douglas wrote:
>I installed the new version of Norton this weekend on all the staff
>computers. All are running Win2k. Today most of them are running very
>slowly and I can see in Task Manager that ntvscan.exe is using almost
>all the CPU all the time. There is also a message when you shut sown
>that says MessageBouncer is trying to end. This reminds me of the last
>upgrade that slowed things to a crawl. Any suggestions....or do I need
>to uninstall it.