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27 what are the requirements for symantec antivirus on a windows server 2012 domain controller? because domain controllers provide an important service to clients, the risk of disruption of their activities from malicious code, from malware, or from a virus must be minimized. antivirus software is the generally accepted way to reduce the risk of infection. install and configure antivirus software so that the risk to the domain controller is reduced as much as possible and performance is affected as little as possible. the following list contains recommendations to help you configure and install antivirus software on a windows server 2012 domain controller. if you dont already have it installed, install the symantec endpoint protection (sep) client. symantec endpoint protection is highly recommended for domain controllers because of the features, which are covered elsewhere in this document (and in the symantec endpoint protection client s endpoint security control manager). if you already have sep installed, you should uninstall it before installing this client and then reinstall the client after installing this document.
27 installing symantec antivirus for linux system requirements for symantec antivirus for linux 27 table 2-2 supported distributions with supported and unsupported kernels distribution type supported and unsupported feature supported distribution and a supported kernel version you can install all files and use all the features, which include manual and scheduled scanning, auto-protect, the x11-based graphical user interface, and java liveupdate. your linux computers must use supported linux distributions and supported kernel versions, and have x11 and jre 1.4 or later installed. the files can be installed in any order, as long as the sav package is installed before the savui package. if you install all files at once, the files are automatically installed in the appropriate order. supported distribution, but an unsupported kernel version in this scenario, the auto-protect functionality is not available. you can still use the symantec antivirus manual and scheduled scanning capabilities and java liveupdate to protect the computer. if you use an unsupported kernel version, auto-protect does not function. however, if you install the savap package on a computer and then later load a supported kernel, auto-protect does function. you should install the following packages: sav savap supported distribution and a supported kernel version, but do not use java supported distribution and a supported kernel version, but do not use x11 in this scenario, you cannot use java liveupdate to update definitions. you must use an alternative method. you should install the following packages: sav savap in this scenario, the symantec antivirus user interface is not available on your linux computers. you can use the sav command line tool to update definitions. you can use sav command line tool and the computer s syslog to access status and alert messages. you should install the following packages: sav savap in this scenario, you run a supported distribution and want a minimal footprint that provides only manual and scheduled scanning. you can do this whether you are running a supported or an unsupported version of the kernel. you must use the sav command line tool and the computer s syslog to access status and alert messages, and to update definitions without using java liveupdate. you should install only the base sav package. see supported distributions and kernel versions on page 10.