Moved to Security Awareness - Corporate User Assistance
All your other posts indicate that you are a business customer so this question has been moved from the Consumer VirusScan section.
There are McAfee documents and plenty of other posts about Sality which can be found by using the search box (at the top right).
Here are two :
"Combating Threats - Sality" - https://community.mcafee.com/docs/DOC-1095
For an individual system the threat can be removed by using Stinger (download from HERE) but if there are infected PCs in a networked system you will probably need advice from someone who has experience of removing viruses from a network.
Sality can be a real pain to get rid of, and if you don't follow the steps in the document mentioned above then there is a real chance it will come back with a screaming vengence. I would strongly recommend calling our Support folks to work with you on this.
If you are using Stinger please rename it to stinger.com before putting it on an infected machine as otherwise you risk it getting infected.