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    Anti Viruse

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    by hamatt77 ·

    Hi dear,
    My anti viruse is disabled, one i enabled it it says “Unable to start NetShield Task Manager service on the server”

    thanks

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    • #3531524

      Anti Viruse

      by joseph moore ·

      In reply to Anti Viruse

      Try upgrading your Mcafee antivirus engine. Go here:
      ftp://ftp.nai.com/pub/antivirus/datfiles/4.x/
      and download the SDAT####.EXE file. The #### change every week (today it is 4259).
      Run this EXE.

      hope this helps

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        Anti Viruse

        by hamatt77 ·

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    • #3361757

      Anti Viruse

      by soatone ·

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      It’s possible you have a virus. Once loaded most viruses will look for and stop any service associated with Anti-Virus or Firewall software.

      Most viruses will load their own services or reference themselves through programs at startup.
      Example: W32.Yaha.M@mm runs as

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        Anti Viruse

        by hamatt77 ·

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    • #3361756

      Anti Viruse

      by soatone ·

      In reply to Anti Viruse

      It’s possible you have a virus. Once loaded most viruses will look for and stop any service associated with Anti-Virus or Firewall software.

      Most viruses will load their own services or reference themselves through programs at startup.
      Example: W32.Yaha.M@mm runs as WinServices.exe or Tcpsvs32.exe.

      Press Ctrl-Alt-Delete and look at your running services for anything unusual. Also, check your startup config files, the \runservices\ and \run\ registry keys for anything out of the ordinary.

      If you find anything suspicious, go to your favorite search engine and type the file name or service name exactly like it appears on your system. Surrounded the entry by quotes and search for it. Example: “Tcpsvs32.exe”

      If you find that anything is a virus do the same exact thing at McAfee’s or Symantec’s web site to find a write up on how to remove it.

      Hope this helps.

      • #3607604

        Anti Viruse

        by hamatt77 ·

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    • #3607601

      Anti Viruse

      by hamatt77 ·

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