I’m building some Windows 2003 servers and I wanted to install Comodo AV on them. The Anti-Virus part seems to have installed correctly, but the Defense+ didn’t. When I try to repair through the diagnostics, it says that there was a bad installation.
What is the proper procedure for re-installing Defese+? Do I need to uninstall Comodo AV completely and start from scratch, or is there a package for Defense+ only?
Well, Dennis2, I guess you’re right. A reinstall is telling me the same thing. I thought that I’d read on the site that D+ is compatable with Server2003 but I guess I was wrong. I can’t find it now.
I work for a very small company (we have one desktop, one laptop, and, as of this week, 2 servers) and we can’t afford to keep throwing money into software. The stupid MS OSs cost more than the hardware did. I was hoping I could find a good, basic, virus protection that will work on Server 2003, then when we had the money buy the more advanced software that will do more. I know that’s hard for a software company to do. Most servers don’t need software firewalls because they have hardware firewalls in place, so there’s nothing else for a company to buy if they give them the AV software for free.
OK, [/rant off] ;D
The diags created a file, I’ll attach it here. Thanks for the info, guys. Y’all have a great Easter!
It is just a wild thought. Can you run programs in Vista compatibility mode on Server 2003?
On Win 7, until the latest beta of 3.9, you had to run the installer in Vista compatible mode to installl it. Then cfpupdat.exe (program updater) needed to be set to Vista compatibility mode to be able to run the program updater.