Norton Antivirus Corporate Edition v8.0, v9.0 and v10.0
Vpscan.exe is included with Symantec Antivirus Corporate Edition 8.0., it is located on CD1, in the Tools\Nosuprt\Vpscan folder
Note: In most environments Vpscan does not work as expected, but does not show any error. So you should always test Vpscan with the Eicar test virus to make sure it really works.
Norton Antivirus 2001 and 2003 / Norton Antivirus v7.0 and v9.0
All other settings like that Norton should process all files or that it should scan zip files can be set in the Manual Scanning section within the GUI.
Note: Make sure you disable boot sector scanning or else Norton will scan the boot sector for every mail attachment and that slows the processing of the emails.
Note: The install program of Norton 2003 refuses to install on a server, because it would violate the license.
Norton AntiVirus Command Line Scanner 1.0
You need to create a batch file to make it work. A sample batch file ( NortonScan.bet ) looks like:
Norton AntiVirus Command Line Scanner can be downloaded at http://www.symantec.com/nav/navc.html
Inoculan 4.0 / InoculateIT 4.5x
Computer Associates Inoculan can be found at http://www.ca.com
AVG AntiVirus 7.0
AVG AntiVirus is free and can be downloaded from http://www.grisoft.com
TrendMicro VSCANTM Ver 1.0
A description how to install VSCANTM can be found at http://kb.trendmicro.com/solutions/solutionDetail.asp?solutionID=117058
Note: If sysclean.com complains about a missing lpt$vpn.XXX then you find this file at http://www.trendmicro.com/download/pattern.asp
At least the scanner needs this files:
TrendMicro 3.6 Suite SMB TrendMicro 5.0 Worry-Free-Business-Security TrendMicro 6.1 Worry-Free-Business-Security
Note: When you enable Options->Virus->Options->Scanner support EML message format and Options->Virus->Options->Add the extension, then NOD detects the .eml extension and performs a complete e-mail scanning, which will find various HTML message body exploits.
F-Prot for Windows Corporate 22.214.171.124
You need to create a batch file to make it work. A sample batch file ( scan.bat ) looks like: