Re: How to completely remove Symantec Antivirus Corporate edition



In article <OOFjWSxAIHA.4568@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
kbspammer@xxxxxxxxxxx says...
A savvy user may get away with using a Corporate Edition without problems. The only version of Norton that anyone 'in the know' would recommend is a Corporate Edition. Having said that, you'll still experience the drain it puts on your system resources and should a malware attack hit your registry and damage it, look out, you've got problems.

The Corp Edition puts less load on the system than any other product
I've used anywhere. The idea of Symantec/Norton loading CPU down is not
true with the "Symantac Antivirus Corporate Edition for Workstations and
Servers" - it's less load than most other products.

There are multiple Corporate versions, Client Security being one - I
don't like them, just the "Corporate Edition For Workstations and
Servers" version.

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