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    Re: Warning all Sophos Users

    Quote Originally Posted by GrumbleDook
    I'm trying to work out why that is a bad thing ...
    LOL!

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    Re: Warning all Sophos Users

    Ross2k5 wrote:
    I think sophos is no good in my opinion. It takes up so much resources on the computer it stops some of our workstations from upgrading SIMS.
    I'm trying to work out why that is a bad thing ...

    Sounds good to me.................!

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    Re: Warning all Sophos Users

    lol

    Have you tried putting the appropriate exclusions in Sophos? It doesn't stop the upgrades here - but is can sure slow them down without.

    Andy.

    PS. Give us a shout if you don't know what they are and I'll dig them out.

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    Re: Warning all Sophos Users

    Quote Originally Posted by john
    Here we come Symantec
    That sentance makes me want to scream NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
    .matt

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    Re: Warning all Sophos Users

    Trust me, Sophos is very annoying! I use Avast at home and its good and I like it, but its too costly for us.

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    Re: Warning all Sophos Users

    Well, ive got sophos running beautifully here (v5 that is), not sure how or why but it works and only costs £100 a year or something close to that figure

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    Re: Warning all Sophos Users

    I've just paid about £4K for the renewal on ours. Thats over 5 years and 400 PC's. It does break down and work out quite cheap for peace of mind.

    It also covers me for 17 servers or something silly.

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    Re: Warning all Sophos Users

    It covers you for no more than 10% of you total licences for servers, so you are covered for 40 servers

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    Re: Warning all Sophos Users

    winks @ intrigue:

    Symantec Corp (SBE) - 5 User on the severs. Works lovely

    Cheers
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