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    Free antivirus for corporate/educational use?

    Hi All,

    I was wondering if there were any of these about and if there were any in particular that were highly regarded?

    I'd like to migrate to a vanilla network and I'm not convinced that the RM Virus Protect will work on a vanilla network. I don't particularly like the product itself either really.

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    If you have EEES you can use ForeFront Endpoint 2010 / System Center Endpoint 2012 for free

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    Quote Originally Posted by FN-GM View Post
    If you have EEES you can use ForeFront Endpoint 2010 / System Center Endpoint 2012 for free
    can you? i thought that was an option?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sted View Post
    can you? i thought that was an option?
    I did have a link to show but its now dead, but yes its included.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FN-GM View Post
    I did have a link to show but its now dead, but yes its included.
    Forgive my ignorance, but is that the subscription based licensing thing with ms? We do that but only for office, would we still qualify?

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    Yes it is included:

    Microsoft Core CAL Suite*** (Includes Windows Server Standard CAL, Exchange Server Standard CAL, SharePoint Server Standard CAL, Lync Server Standard CAL, System Center Endpoint Protection, and System Center Configuration Manager Client Management License.)
    Microsoft Enterprise CAL Suite*** (Includes all Core CAL Suite components plus all of the current components of the Forefront Protection Suite, Exchange Server Enterprise CAL, SharePoint Server Enterprise CAL, Lync Server Enterprise CAL, Windows Server Rights Management Services CAL, Forefront Unified Access Gateway CAL and all of the current components of the System Center Client Management Suite)

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    i know its off topic but what about app-v and med-v? on ees?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gsk View Post
    Forgive my ignorance, but is that the subscription based licensing thing with ms? We do that but only for office, would we still qualify?
    You need EEES or you dont get it for free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FN-GM View Post
    You need EEES or you dont get it for free.


    I think you need the Client Pack, which includes Office & Windows +CALS

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    Ah right. I'm pretty sure we don't get cals in our agreement, just office. That's a shame. Any others out there that are free?

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    Is a full-blown SCCM installation required for Forefront on the network?

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    No. You can silently install it and then configure it with a GPO. Technically you need SCCM for the reporting, but you can probably script a capture of the log files.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpaterson View Post
    Is a full-blown SCCM installation required for Forefront on the network?
    You can also deploy the definition updates with wsus.

    Ben

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