It's unclear if the antivirus solution left firms open to malware attacks or lessened the security of systems, but certainly would have caused problems for enterprises as the malware removal system is somewhat different to home users' systems.I just wanted to chime with my experiences in VMware View with Sophos End Point Protection 9.5 - yep we've been there and through upgrades and have come up with a decent process for deploying Sophos End Point Protection on VMware View snapshot clones without installing the entire EPP product on each machine after it's created to reduce the size of the linked clones and reduce management overhead on both sides.reports that administrators were bombarded with emails and alerts about the non-existent problem, which has since been fixed.The false positive left systems unable to update because the updating functionality itself was put under quarantine.
Even the block messages are almost identical including your company logo.
The section should be about a third of the way down and will contain a list of all the commonly filtered file extensions and whether or not they are allowed.
So for example if the package in question contains .
On the master VM: Install a batch file in a folder like C:\Temp\Deploy Sophos\install.bat3.
On the master VM: In the install.bat, have this line of code: Msi /i "c:\Program Files\Sophos\Auto Update\cache\savxp\Sophos Anti-Virus.msi" REINSTALL=ALL REINSTALLMODE=voums UPDATEDRIVERS=0 /l*v c:\/qb 4. In your View pool, call your batch file in your Post-synchronization script.