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    looking for anti virus

    Hi,

    Right now i have 20 computer net work i am facing virus problem our net work can you give me any idea which one is the best anti virus. it will be highly appreciated please let me know

    Thanks,

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    Hi Peter, I use avast. Not sure if it's the best, but it's pretty good when you compare it to paid anti-virus programs. Never had a problem using it.

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    I use NOD32 V.3xxxxx I like it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter_White View Post
    Hi,

    Right now i have 20 computer net work i am facing virus problem our net work can you give me any idea which one is the best anti virus. it will be highly appreciated please let me know

    Thanks,
    My vote goes for AVG. Its free, can also get a "paid" version, been using it for more than 5 years. I feel its definitely one of the best free anti-virus softwares available today.

    Link - AVG anti-virus

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    Use any anti virus's enterprise version... I am using Mcafee enterprise on my network..and its good..

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    Cool

    McAfee is by far the best anti virus program out there on the market. Well worth spending the money for it. There are a lot of free ones out there but I know McAfee works and that is why I use it everywhere. I want the best protection I can get against viruses! Highly Recomended!

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    Node 32 and AVG are the 2 best that are free.

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    I strongly suggest you look into Norton antivirus corporate. It has support for x64 bit O.S. and also linux support also. I've used it on Windows server 2003/2008 and it's very stable. Best luck with it if you do decide to purchase it.

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    NOD32 has been a personal favourite of mine for ages. Or I suggest BitDefender if you don't like NOD32.
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    I used to be on TrendMicro which had an extensive Internet Protection Suite but it messed up with my system. I am on AVG now.

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    kasperkey........the best I have come acrosss......mcafee is also good...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajos777 View Post
    My vote goes for AVG. Its free, can also get a "paid" version, been using it for more than 5 years. I feel its definitely one of the best free anti-virus softwares available today.

    Link - AVG anti-virus
    BUT the free version is only for private (non-commercial use), I don't know if those 20 pcs are all your private pcs or not, but I doubt it!

    My personal favourite is NOD32, although I have used Norton (private) and McAffee (professional) in the past...
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    I use AVG antivirus. <snip>

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    Hi ALL,

    Thanks..............

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    I have been quite happy with AVG Free, but my bank (Barclays) have been giving away free Kasapersky internet security suite to all customers.

    It is the best antivirus I have found so far and being free is great (Macafee is pretty good).
    - Whatever you do do not get Norton. It is awful, slow and crippling.

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