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  Reply # 157981 19-Aug-2008 13:34
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It's SBS Network editing that we're using. It's working well and easy to take care of. But as I said we are using version 7.5 currently. Until we try version 8 out, I'm not sure if it is as good as the one we are using.




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  Reply # 158304 20-Aug-2008 12:11
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a "me too" for NOD32 - we are running it on around 4000 PCs at my work and seems to go well - if it can pass the test of students it can probably pass anything?  :)


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  Reply # 158308 20-Aug-2008 12:16
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skykissme: It's SBS Network editing that we're using. It's working well and easy to take care of. But as I said we are using version 7.5 currently. Until we try version 8 out, I'm not sure if it is as good as the one we are using.


custom install 8.x with command line switches so it doesnt even bother installing linkscanner or any of that junk then its still sort of like the old 7.5 version (ie from a command prompt run the installer with /REMOVE_FEATURE fea_AVG_SafeSurf /REMOVE_FEATURE fea_AVG_SafeSearch

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