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Virus protection on Network not on workstation

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#1 ercie


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Posted 06 August 2011 - 11:59 PM

Appreciate your honest, knowledgable input.

Recently had local computer store come to office to make certain that all computers had virus protection. Upon completing an update, I now find that they did not put it on one of the workstations as it was a newer computer, had a free version of another program, and I'm guessing, thought when that program's availability ran out, we'd have to call them to install (or access) the one on the network. Guess what! Time's up! Also have 2 newer stations that were recently installed, and need to put virus protection on them also. I have the license number and info. Can I access the network and upload the virus protection? How? or should I tell the boss he has to bite the bullet and pay them to come back? We're talking $10/hour for me versus $80/hour for them.

Thank you in advance.

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