Microsoft Exchange Servers Protection

Microsoft Exchange servers are protected by Dr.Web anti-virus packages.

Anti-virus packages are installed on protected servers and get connected to Dr.Web Server. Each server may be included in one or several groups registered on this Server. Microsoft Exchange servers and Dr.Web Server communicate via the protocol used in the local network (TCP/IP of 4 or 6 version).


Anti-virus package is installed on a server locally. Installation is implemented by administrator.


When connection with Dr.Web Server is established, administrator is able to configure the Anti-virus on servers via the Control Center:


Dr.Web Server downloads updates and distributes them to connected nodes of the anti-virus network. Thus, optimal threats protection is implemented, maintained and adjusted automatically regardless of workstation users’ computer skills.

In case a server is disconnected from the anti-virus network, the plug-in uses the local copy of settings and the anti-virus protection on a workstation retains its functionality (up to the expiry of the user’s license). If Mobile mode is allowed at the anti-virus network node, after connection with the Server is lost, only the virus bases can be updated using the direct connection to the GUS servers. The plug-in software is not updated.


The principle of operation in the Mobile mode is described in the Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite administrator manual, Mobile mode settings are described in the Dr.Web Agent for Windows user guide.