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Network Share infections Y/N

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I currently have a Win2k server std R2 in which the E: drive has 3 shares, one of which being users. If I run a full scan on my E-drive it comes back with "No Infections". However, if I mapped the users drive to a drive letter U. I ran a full scan on drive letter U and come up with 80k infections. Tried many times to remove selected. takes a while and shows that everything has been removed properly and requires a reboot. Upon reboot and rescan. I have the same number of infections. I tried with with my AV enabled and disabled. I am running NOD32 AV.

Any help would be appreciated. Thx

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