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I know the general recommendation is to not use any AV software on the CVSNT server machine at all but OTOH we've been using Innoculate IT without problems all along. We are however planning to upgrade/switch to a different scanner for various CVS-unrelated reasons, possibly CA eTrust (i.e. InnoculateIT's official successor) or TrendMicro ServerProtect. We already have experience with both products as we've installed them at several of our customers and in the case of eTrust it's already what we're using on our client machines. My question: Does anybody have experience with these scanners in combination with CVSNT servers/repositories? What AV products are you using? What have you used in the past and found to be problematic? What additional steps were necessary to make it work with CVSNT (e.g. excluding repository folders and temp dirs from on-access scanning) if any? I think the results of this survey might make a nice starting point for a Wiki page... "Which AV products work well with CVSNT, which don't and what has to be done to make them?" Cheers, -- Oliver ---- ------------------ JID: ogiesen at jabber.org ICQ: 18777742 (http://wwp.icq.com/18777742)