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Virus affected our network

Hai sir,
We r install the trendmicro office scan aniti virus two day ago one virus affected our network (name [worm download_cd how ])
all client are affected this virus pls immediatly how to solve this problem
pls tell any soluion
thanking u u r faithfuuly
rojar housma

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Hello sir,
first checkout which one node uploding more data on network, nd chocked ur whole network, remove these node from ur network and check another node working good then scan findouted pc from symantec antivirus otherwise take backup and reinstall windows on problumatic pc.
Yogesh Tetarwal
(System/Network Engineer)

Posted on Mar 03, 2009

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