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Is Immunet Is Legaly Usable In Entreprise ?


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Guest OrlandoP

Hi sekaiji, yes you can use free in a corporate environment.


Immunet 3 is targeted towards a consumer user base and has a few limitations when used in enterprise environments:

-Clam & Tetra should be disabled when installed on Windows Server OSs;

-You'll have to script your own installation if you have a lot of machines to install to;

-If you're user accounts are maintained on a domain host and synced to the local machine every time your user logs in, you may see unacceptable login times.


The good news is that we are hard at work on Immunet v4, which will be our first enterprise targeted release. It solves the problems above and adds a ton of new features.


About 2/3 month ago Immunet isn't tested on Windows Server 2003 R2, but I don't know if now in the labtest they have tested it. At this point, please send an email to support at immunet dot com and they will respond you about this.



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Thanks OlandoP,


So if I follow your advice, I can now try Immunet for my Pcs and asl for my domain server.

I'd like to be able to scan files offline and apparently, this feature is only on the plus version. Great news for the Immunet 4.

I still don't know how I can buy 7 licences at one time without paying each licence at the individual cost, I'll try to contact support by phone tonight.



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