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July 1, 2003
Symantec Norton AntiVirus Corporate Edition - Issue with Windows XP and floppy disk scan


Symantec's Norton AntiVirus Corporate Edition prevented the scanning of viruses on floppy disks when running Windows XP.

Components Affected
NAV CE 7.60 build 926 with symevent
NAV CE 7.61 build 28a with symevent
NAV CE 7.61 build 35a with symevent

This issue was posted to Bugtraq on June 24, 2003 by Pal Juvancz of the Department of Public Works in Queensland, Australia.

Symantec Response
The issue was identified, reproduced and corrected with NAV CE 7.61 build 37b, with symevent All subsequent builds work as designed. The customer verified that the problem was fixed and was upgraded to the latest release (8.01).

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