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Virus Prtection

Bill H

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We've ran paid versions of AVG in the past, but long ago went naked in this regard. I wrote a best practice on Windows installs and our standard install has the common Windows XP or Server tweaks, followed by all services set to manual allowing only the minimal services. This kills networking, Dcom, winstall, and more.. Aside from the pbxctrl app, we have 4 or 5 windows services and the Raid controller. More than a few machines on have had PUBLIC IPV4 addresses on the web for well over 2+ years....

(no known problems) "cross my fingers haha) Cheers

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