We also use Symantec, although through ASAP software the upgrades are
slightly less than $5 dollars and new clients are about $10 dollars
(this is per workstation - servers are included for free).
Great system for managing and catching viruses on servers,
workstations, and your email gateway.
Here are a couple of links for comparing anti-virus software.
Chittenden East Supervisory Union
Phone: (802) 899-3711
Fax: (802) 899-4281
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We use Symantec Corporate Edition. Managability is flexible and
Clients can be scheduled for automatic updates at any interval. Updates
be handled by either Netware servers or Windows servers. Licensing is
$10 a year per client. It's not cheap, but I can sleep a little easier
in the past.
Bellows Free Academy
At 08:59 AM 02/02/2004 -0500, you wrote:
>Our subscription to Sophos was going to be renewed in March, but they
>a lot more money than before, so we have been looking into different
>protection software. Has anyone used Panda? Any thoughts about it.
>a Netware 6.0 enviorment with a mixture of Win 98/2000/XP machines.
>St. Albans Town Educational Center
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