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mailware on the server

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#1 dukester99


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Posted 14 July 2010 - 06:19 PM

3 days on this nightmare. looks like Norton failed and let in several viruses.
Ran mailwarebytes and it found several viruses and removed them I also installed avg free. It was not easy installing the software because my browsers where being re-directed. Went home and put the software on disk and installed and ran superantispyware, mailwarebytes. Found a few problems and thought I was all set. When I went to access the internet to see if I was still being redirected I find out that I have no internet connection. I can ping no problem so the net is there. I called choice1 and they tell me there is a problem with the dns and mailware and viruses do this. When I go to network / propertys to plug in the dns numbers they gave me a box pops up and says "you do not have sufficient privileges for accessing connection property. Contact your administrator". I am logged in to a account that has admin privileges. Any help would be great. I can't give up and do a format since it is a company server. I did do a good scan again and mailwarebytes says clean.

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