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Hello aris95,

 

Here is a link which lists the requirements for Immunet: http://www.immunet.com/plus/requirements/index.html

 

If you meet the requirements, there should be no reason why Immunet cannot be used in those environments. Other anti-virus programs (not including the ones listed in the requirements) may also be compatible, however, we have not fully tested them alongside Immunet.

 

Regards,

Lorne

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Hello aris95,

 

Here is a link which lists the requirements for Immunet: http://www.immunet.com/plus/requirements/index.html

 

If you meet the requirements, there should be no reason why Immunet cannot be used in those environments. Other anti-virus programs (not including the ones listed in the requirements) may also be compatible, however, we have not fully tested them alongside Immunet.

 

Regards,

Lorne

 

Hello again, i searched your sites and i'm not sure does Immunet Free license allow to use it freely at so called "non-profitable" institutions (Sorry my bad english). I should have been more specific at my first post here.

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aris95,

 

Yes Immunet Free is available for use anywhere it is compatible, there should be no issues using it with any non-profitable institutions.

 

Regards,

Lorne

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Lorne is correct. Immunet can be used in a not for profit institution or even in a multiple endpoint business enviorment although Immunet has been found to be not completely compatable with some of the Windows Server platforms and are not offically supported as well.

 

If performing a batch install for multiple endpoints you'll have to write your own install scripts also. Another drawback, there is no automatic DOS command line scanning capabilties with Immunet. For instance, if you wanted to auto scan for threats incoming email packets as they are recieved.

 

Another option would be to use fireAMP, now called Cisco AMP. This highly configurable security solution (to whatever your individual needs may be) was designed from the ground up to work in a multiple workstation enviorment. Although fireAMP is not free it does not have the numerious limitations that Immunet posesses while using it in this manner. http://www.sourcefire.com/security-technologies/advanced-malware-protection/fireamp

 

Cheers, Ritchie...

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