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First published on MSDN on Jun 06, 2013

This post is meant to be a follow up to my previous post regarding SharePoint Antivirus solutions . I've seen a number of questions lately asking about AV scanners that plug into SharePoint 2013, sometimes running on Windows Server 2012. As of today, the only product that has an RTM version of an antivirus solution for SharePoint 2013 is Trend Micro. Their Portal Protect for SharePoint product is available in RTM form, according to their website. (This is a not an endorsement of that product) Spence Harbar has a nice post regarding AV for SP2013 as well, but it's a bit dated. I'll try to keep this one up to date, as I remember to follow up. Feel free to post an update in the comments area.