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NOD32

Well, I just purchased NOD32 Business Edition for my office. Cost about
the same as Symantec. Even bought a copy for our Netware and SLES
servers (SLES license is kind of salty). Prolly install it this weekend.

Bye bye Symantec. Wish I hadn't known ya. 😛
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Re: NOD32

Matthew wrote:
> Well, I just purchased NOD32 Business Edition for my office. Cost about
> the same as Symantec. Even bought a copy for our Netware and SLES
> servers (SLES license is kind of salty). Prolly install it this weekend.
>
> Bye bye Symantec. Wish I hadn't known ya. 😛


Actually I'm in the process of getting quotes on NOD32. I'd be *real*
curious how it works out for ya.

btw, who did you go through for NOD32? I've been only able to locate
one shop that sells the biz edition....

Ted Novak
TRA#5512
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Re: NOD32

Matthew wrote:

> Well, I just purchased NOD32 Business Edition
> for my office. Cost about the same as
> Symantec. Even bought a copy for our Netware
> and SLES servers (SLES license is kind of
> salty). Prolly install it this weekend.
>
> Bye bye Symantec. Wish I hadn't known ya. 😛


I love NOD32. Did great in protecting the
workstation. The one thing I didn't like about it
was the network management portion of it. I
didn't like the fact that I had to tell my
machines to hit my server every so often to check
for policy updates or scheduled run jobs. I liked
how when you set up a policy or a scheduled job,
CA would contact the workstation and get it going
right away.

But...give and take, right?

Howard

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it's just another freight train headed your way.
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Re: NOD32

§ wrote:
> Matthew wrote:
>> Well, I just purchased NOD32 Business Edition for my office. Cost
>> about the same as Symantec. Even bought a copy for our Netware and
>> SLES servers (SLES license is kind of salty). Prolly install it this
>> weekend.
>>
>> Bye bye Symantec. Wish I hadn't known ya. 😛

>
> Actually I'm in the process of getting quotes on NOD32. I'd be *real*
> curious how it works out for ya.
>
> btw, who did you go through for NOD32? I've been only able to locate
> one shop that sells the biz edition....
>
> Ted Novak
> TRA#5512


I went through the ESET company. Purchased direct.

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