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Symantec AV Strategy Aug 24 2006 06:14AM
Serge Vondandamo (serge vondandamo wanadoo fr) (2 replies)
Re: Symantec AV Strategy Aug 24 2006 08:22PM
Edgar B. Tijerino (ebt2001 med cornell edu)
The management console has a discovery tool. Additionally, all
"managed clients" are listening on port U:2967 while the unmanaged
are not, so you can also use your favorite port scanner if you choose.

Regards

On Aug 24, 2006, at 2:14 AM, Serge Vondandamo wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> I am updating/defining our global Symantec AV strategy and I need
> inputs
> from those who have done that before.
>
> My areas of focus will be:
>
> 1. Define deployment, configuration and upgrade (including defs
> update)
> process.
> 2. Define Virus outbreak handling and response process.
> 3. Define process for identifying unmanaged AV clients.
>
> Questions:
> a. how do you do it on your shop?
> b; how do you detect clients that not running AV software?
>
> Thanks for your inputs.
> Serge
>
>
>
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RE: Symantec AV Strategy Aug 24 2006 02:22PM
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