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Old 14-03-2010
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How to prevent LAN from the virus

Hi all,

The virus within the enterprise network as well. Many network Safe Managers have similar troubles. Each client and servers whas deployed anti-virus software, and has been upgraded to the latest version, why is emerging within the LAN will still kill countless virus? For instance, now in the system task manager there is a svchost.exe process. This process name and the name of the operating system exactly the same case are the same. I want to know that how to prevent LAN from the virus. Please suggest. Thanks in advance.
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How to prevent LAN from the virus

The file server does to the office of enterprise information and resource sharing has brought great convenience. However, its often the biggest source of infection the virus. The one hand, enterprise network administrators on a file server permissions are set incorrectly, many of the shared folder in order to facilitate the work of the user during the interview did not require authentication. Or boot the operating system will automatically use the user name and password to log file services from. All the best.
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The measures can really make the server authentication transparent to the user, saving the user authentication process overhead. However, no doubt gave the virus an opportunity. If the user's operating system has a virus, then the file server can be easily infected with the write operation on the permissions of its files and folders. While the other employees out of a trust, and in access to files on the file server will also be special attention. If for some Notepad, or DOC files directly from the file services to open. To this end, the user being in the invisible as an accomplice, and transmission of the virus within the enterprise. Check and reply.
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The file server on the virus due to increasingly complex, often difficult to killing. Because real-time anti-virus software found a file for viruses, but the shows can not be directly remove the virus, unless the company files with the virus with the deletion. However, our security managers often can not easily under this decision. Because the file may be an important document for the staff. Are often very wide range of circumstances would lead to the virus can not be killing. If possible the virus has the virus file write operation, and sometimes it may be because there are employees with the virus to access this document. No matter what the situation is out of our security managers are not able to take such great risks to the virus along with their infected files to delete. Check and reply.
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How to prevent LAN from the virus

Many network administrators in order to facilitate system maintenance will set a bond in the operating system restore. When the user's operating system configured them after a key backup. If this is so, even if the next time the operating system problems, and only need one key to restore order in the shortest time to restore the operating system. To achieve this function, often require the system to draw a dedicated hard disk space is used to store the backup files. At the same time, in order to protect the security of this document, the system tends to take some protective measures. At this point, even if the anti-virus software, found that the backup file in question, but also helpless. Sometimes, when we restore, it was found that the backup file has been unavailable. In fact, in large part because because of the backup file has been infected. Usually difficult for users to find the backup files are virus infection, and only be detected when the restore. This gives the virus leaves the body at a safe place. Check and reply.
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I suggested that if there is no special need, you can not set up for the operating system backup and restore capabilities. For professional management personnel in enterprises, it is of little use. For the average user's operating system, you can not backup and restore management. Of course, application servers, and other important equipment, there is such a need. If an enterprise IT operation and maintenance staff do like to use this backup and restore capabilities, then our security managers need to take some work. In these devices check narcotics on a regular basis when the need to restore the function of these backups to switch off the first release of these special folders protection. This allows anti-virus software can be hidden in killing the virus within these folders. After the success until the killing, and then turn these features. All the best
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