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Dr.Web for Windows file servers now supports 64-bit systems

February 3, 2010

Doctor Web releases the updated version of its anti-virus for Windows file servers that supports 64-bit versions of Windows Server OS. . The solution features the new file monitor SpIDer and allows placing suspicious objects to the quarantine.

As well as Dr.Web anti-virus for Windows and Dr.Web Security Space that got support of 64-bit systems in December 2009, the anti-virus for file servers also has the updated GUI and offers users the centrally controlled quarantine.

Dr.Web for Windows file servers supports 64-bit version of Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2008 R2.

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