Re: IIS Antivirus solution?
From: Geoff B (email@example.com)
From: "Geoff B" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Fri, 14 Mar 2003 09:24:54 -0500
Here's what I'd recommend, as this is what we do here:
Run a server-based AV solution. This will protect you from any viruses at
the file and LAN level.
Since you have IIS, I would also recommend deploying an intrusion detection
system, which will protect you from IIS exploits and viruses
which propagate through IIS.
We offer VisNetic ActiveDefense as one solution for intrusion detection:
Additionally, we offer a server-based AV solution (visnetic antivirus),
which you will find on our website.
-- Thanks, Geoffrey Brown ________________________ Online Operations Manager Deerfield.com email@example.com http://www.deerfield.com "Rossco" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:OFQYcAc6CHA.1600@TK2MSFTNGP10.phx.gbl... > Hi All, > we currently have an SBS2K server and are also in the throws of getting > another stand alone Web Server, Win2K running IIS and keeping this totally > separate from our SBS file server. > > My question is, that given we only need an antivirus product for the server > (win2K with IIS) and not any clients as people will not be logging on as > they do for the file server etc, what do people use and what can you > recommend for this purpose? > > Kind regards > > Rossco > >