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  Reply # 833747 10-Jun-2013 20:18
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Clearly we need to agree to disagree on MSE.
For the price per month the license covers the following products
Desktops: VirusScan Enterprise, VirusScan Command Line for DOS & Unix, Anti-Spyware Enterprise, Desktop Firewall SiteAdvisor Enterprise Plus & Device Control.  Servers: VirusScan Enterprise. Groupware: Security for Microsoft Exchange with Anti-Spam/Security for Lotus Domino with Anti-Spam. 

I'll be adding these products after the AV/Anti-spyware as I ensure they can be successfully cloud hosted at no additional cost, so the service really is much more than just AV, and covers Windows, Mac and Linux.

Apologies for the info being quite sporadic and sometimes not clearly worded. Been a very long hectic day, and getting a little frustrated as I was hoping for some constructive comments not a discussion on my opinion of MSE, which is all it is, my opinion.
I'll leave this as it is as there seems to be little interest here, and it just seems to be a thread of negativity towards what I am trying to do.

If anyone is interested they can keep an eye on for updates on go live, final pricing and final product list for the launch. Happy to have anyone that wants to on the pilot, just let me know

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  Reply # 835881 12-Jun-2013 15:33
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From your responses it looks like you've got some experience and put some thought into this.

Best of luck to you.

If I can make a suggestion get some good legal advice and ensure your agreements are vetted.

Schools in particular can be painful to deal with - considering if it goes bad it normally gets escalated to MoE.

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