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Braviax.exe Windows Server 2003

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#1 dunga


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Posted 25 July 2008 - 03:45 PM

I maintain a small network of thin clients on a Window Server 2003 system. One of my users infected this server by opening an "EXE" email attachment and the system "automatically" rebooted. Now we have the infamous "red X" security warning. I have read the posted solutions and they seem pretty straight forward. My question is; Is it safe to use the sdfix method, on a Windows 2003 machine, to fix this?



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