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comment Run antivirus software on linux DNS servers. Does it make sense?
@AndrewB: I don't think I was saying NEVER to speak with the auditors. Rather, a discussion with your legal reps PRIOR to that would be the best way to proceed. The company needs to fully understand the risk of negotiating with the auditors before trying to go that path.
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comment Run antivirus software on linux DNS servers. Does it make sense?
I'd say as long as you've shown that you've "sufficiently mitigated the risk" and the auditors are actually signing off that they agree, then legal liability is likely satisfied. Of course, I'm sure the contracts, and other laws, surrounding that particular environment might make it a bit unique.
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comment Network shares over 4TB
@Kemu79: then it sounds like what you need to do is either create a new share of an appropriate size and move certain applications to point there OR, if that is't feasible, backup everything you have, upgrade it and see what breaks.
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