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Protecting against viruses is a common enough thread here. I just had a
scare. I was loading some picture files, and there were two word documents
and I clicked one by mistake. Norton kicked in because the file was infected
with Ethan. It was an old disk that another staff member grabbed to save the
pictures onto. Now I have to rescan all the computers, and take everyone's
back-up floppies home and scan them. When we had a problem last year with
this, I told everyone to scan his or her backup disks. Someone didn't, or
they tossed the disk and someone else thought it was a mistake and fished it
out. I've labeled that disk infected and threw it away. If you do get a
virus, just cleaning it off your hard drive is not enough. You have to clean
all your back-up disks. Just a word of wisdom.
Kimberly Herbert (kimberly)
San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts/Children's Art Museum
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