Virus on server – need help to remove

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I have a server running with windows 2003. Recently I found that the server gets infected by a Trojan.

I have Avast anti-virus, but it is unable to remove that Trojan.

Please guide me how can I remove that virus.

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Virus on server – need help to remove


You reboot laptop computer in Safe Mode with Networking and download Spybot Search and Destroy and scrap and also run it.

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Restore your method to some extent ahead of a person having one of these issues. When method restores completes, system your pc as well as your problem ought to be set.

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Virus on server – need help to remove


I’m not sure if it’s still ok to continue on removing the virus from the server since the whole system is already infected.

The idea is that, even if you clean the whole computer it is possible that the virus already made some changes to the system especially in the Windows Firewall where it made a hole into the system which is legit and the antivirus can’t monitor.

It’s best to format the computer and then install Windows again. Even if you managed to clean the system, Windows might not work properly because of the possible changes the virus did.

If you decide to format the hard drive and install Windows again, try replacing your current antivirus.

Visit and then download Norton Internet Security 2012. It has a 30-day free trial period and supports Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7 operating systems.

Try if you can install it on your Windows Server 2003. But if not, you may try other Norton security products.

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