Jim "at" comlabs.com
Wed Oct 13 13:05:01 2004
I take it you're new to Google.
...to name just a few.
Beta for two months? NAV 2004 has been out for a year, and they still have
not fixed the Cyrix chip bug
We are also using NAV 2005 successfully, with VNC, but it takes some admin,
which is what this guy is complaining about. Admin is just part of the cost
of doing IT business. We can whine, or get busy, our choice.
----- Original Message -----
From: "John" <johnrealvnc "at" sensorysims.com>
To: <vnc-list "at" realvnc.com>
Sent: Wednesday, October 13, 2004 7:36 AM
Subject: Re: norton
> Replying to original posts asking specifically about NAV 2005.
> I installed NAV 2005 this week on both my office and home (kids) PC.
> I've used all the previous versions over the years.
> For home, and curious surfing Kids, NAV is the best yet in category. I
> leave all the NAV default protections on FULL Enabled. Single biggest new
> protection area in 2005 over 2004 is WORM protection. Other improvements
> as well with Trojans, Spyware, and of course Virus. The Worm stuff is
> related to the other guys comment about Firewalls. NAV is not a firewall,
> but does optionally block a couple of known ports Worms use. If you
> have kids, this should be a no-brainer.
> For Office, I'm in computer tech field, I turn OFF all the NAV Default
> stuff. Really, I disable everything. I use NAV 2005 manually, when I
> choose, which means maybe one or twice a week. Also quite handle when I
> need to scan one file, or folder of files, on the fly.
> I've had no problems with NAV. Nor have I read 'horror' stories. NAV
> 2005 was in beta period for at least two months. Thousands of people
> downloaded the free beta. I think Symantec did a decent job prerelease
> testing to final.
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