antivirus related

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Antivirus
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Windows Security
can we use more than one antivirus in one operating system?
ASKED: April 21, 2008  3:57 PM
UPDATED: April 23, 2008  12:59 PM

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I would not recommend it, you might have conflicts between the different products.

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  • Wrobinson
    Yes it is possible to do so; however, as stated above, it may result in conflicts. This should be tested in a lab environment before implementing it in production. Some A/V software vendors offer a choice of different scanning engines or layered engines for a quadi-defense in depth approach. It should be noted, however, that using more than one scanning engine bi-directionally in real-time may result in sluggish performance as a result of inspecting each file upon access by each A/V program.
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