Officescan Infrastructure Design

Discussion in 'Computer Security' started by Ricky, Oct 10, 2007.

  1. Ricky

    Ricky Guest

    Hi

    At work we thought to re-build the existing infrastructure of the current
    Officescan 7.3 (migrate to version 8 in a couple of months) but we don't no
    what is the best way to begin.

    The actual scenario is:
    1. North Headquarter (line 2MB) - deploy to their clients
    North 1.1 (line 256kb) - deploy to their clients
    North 1.2 (line 256kb) - deploy to their clients
    North 1.n (line 256kb) - deploy to their clients
    2. South Headquarter (line 2MB) - deploy to their clients
    South 2.1 (line 256kb) - deploy to their clients
    South 2.2 (line 256kb) - deploy to their clients
    South 2.n (line 256kb) - deploy to their clients
    3. East Headquarter (line 2MB) - deploy to their clients
    East 3.1 (line 256kb) - deploy to their clients
    East 3.2 (line 256kb) - deploy to their clients
    East 3.n (line 256kb) - deploy to their clients
    4. West Headquarter (line 2MB) - deploy to their clients
    West 4.1 (line 256kb) - deploy to their clients
    West 4.2 (line 256kb) - deploy to their clients
    West 4.n (line 256kb) - deploy to their clients
    5. Master Headquarters -- (line 4MB) --> all connections goes to the
    Internet through here (deploy to their clients to)

    Each of this location has a routing that will redirect the traffic to the
    Master Headquarters and them it goes out to the internet.

    Questions/doubts:
    A) Should we restrict the install an OfficeScan console at each Headquarter
    and then deploy to their sub-locations?

    B) Or should the OfficeScan console be installed only at the Master
    Headquarter and then deploy to their sub-Headquarter(North, South, East and
    West) and sub-locations?


    Thanks
    Ricky
     
    Ricky, Oct 10, 2007
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  2. Probably a better question for Trend than Microsoft newsgroups.
     
    Andy David {MVP}, Oct 11, 2007
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  3. Ricky

    Ricky Guest

    You're right but since I don't know what are their newsgroups I expected
    having some help through here
     
    Ricky, Oct 11, 2007
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  4. Ricky

    Leonard Grey Guest

    Why did you think it was appropriate to ask a question about TrendMicro
    software in newsgroups for Microsoft software? (And seven of them, at that.)
     
    Leonard Grey, Oct 12, 2007
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  5. Ricky

    Bob I Guest

    Fair enough, the last link in this page looks very promising.
    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=trendmicro+forum
     
    Bob I, Oct 12, 2007
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  6. Ricky

    Ricky Guest

    Because Officescan works at windows environments.
     
    Ricky, Oct 13, 2007
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  7. Ricky

    Ricky Guest

    It looks very primising. Thanks a lot for the advice/time you spend helping
    me. I hope everyone could be like you and loss a little of their time
    helping newbies like me than criticize them.

    Once again Thanks
    Ricky
     
    Ricky, Oct 13, 2007
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  8. Ricky

    Leonard Grey Guest

    Next time I have a question about Photoshop I think I'll ask in a
    Hewlett Packard newsgroup. After all, Hewlett Packard makes computers,
    and Photoshop runs on a computer...
     
    Leonard Grey, Oct 13, 2007
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  9. Ricky

    Ricky Guest

    You never know!

     
    Ricky, Oct 13, 2007
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  10. Ricky

    Bob I Guest

    You're welcome, knowing how to find answers is frequently better than
    knowing them.
     
    Bob I, Oct 15, 2007
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