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Wireless Networks Thread, Mal/AutoInf-A virus how to remove in Technical; Originally Posted by Scorpio With sophos you have to select ON WRITE in the policy as well, the stops the ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scorpio View Post
    With sophos you have to select ON WRITE in the policy as well, the stops the Virus on Write and not after its dropped on the machine when its being read.

    The option your on about is "automatically clean up items that contain virus's/spyware"

    Both of these are not on as default.
    thats the bit i am talking about! thank you scorpio!

    i remember seeing this on the client machines, and exactly how you have said these options are not turned on by default.

    you can force these options from a policy in the enterprise console.

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    We've got this now at home. As soon as you plug a memory stick a virus mal/autoinf-a is identified and cleaned up. However, when you put the stick in again the virus reappears. Narrowed it down to my son's laptop, but a full virus scan isn't showing anything on his laptop. Where do i look?

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    I'm seeing AutoINF-C and HostINF-A...



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