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Unread postby rdeastis » April 6th, 2008, 3:36 pm


Hi, have a problem inside a network micrososoft-based.
Here we have microsoft windows xp clients and windows 2003 servers.
Before we tried to use any kind of antiviruses but unsuccessfully.
Here are the following malware synthomps:
1-sometimes something lock any printer installed on the server , it lock randomly one printer at a time and when the printer is locked you cannot print and the queue remain paused until it restart (it could take seconds, minutes or days!!!!!), i installed another server and it run without problems for two week until the malware attacked it, any help is very appreciate ( i tried to reboot, change ip , change ports , change antivirus).
2-sometimes pc's reboot veri quickly and sometimes appear a messagebox "intrusion alarm s4" , sometimes the message do not appear.
3-if you try to copy files from the network to the computers the computers reboot or the local area network stop to run.
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Re: hard malware , help!

Unread postby Elrond » April 13th, 2008, 5:40 am

We are sorry but we do not handle servers or company nets as they have very special problems and need different handling than stand alone computers.You do need help from either a IT profesional within the company or a outside consultant.
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