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Scan files settings in On access scan (8.7oi) possible affecting performance in SQL Server 2008

Can I get some guidance on how to set up On access scan for a MS SQL 2008 database server on MS Windows 2008 (NOT R2, by vendor specification). Specifically, the settings in On Access Properties Default Process, Scan items - --  there are two checkboxes "Scan Files" "when Writing to disk", and "When reading from disk". Should these boxes be checked for a server that is running SQL server 2008? If they are checked, is there unecessary overhead when the dtabaes are accessed potentiall negatively impacting performance Any other suggestions/hints/best practices on how to configure Mcafee for a dtabase server like this are welcome.

btw We are using Deltek CostPoint as ERP and I would welcome hearing from other users of McAfee using this ERP as well.

Thanks.

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Scan files settings in On access scan (8.7oi) possible affecting performance in SQL Server 2008

You should follow the steps in Kb areticle below in order to exclude so files from scanning this document is official so just go ahead

https://kc.mcafee.com/corporate/index?page=content&id=KB67211

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