|What license best suits my needs?|
F-PROT Antivirus for Linux/BSD/Solaris Workstations:A Workstation license is intended for use on a single-user workstation, protecting the user and systems on that same workstation. If the computer provides networked services, is a file sharing server (e.g., Samba), web server or mail server, then a File Server or a Mail Server license would be required. The Workstation version is licensed per workstation.
F-PROT Antivirus for Linux / BSD / Solaris File Servers:A File Server license is suitable for file sharing (e.g., Samba), application, print, web and FTP servers, i.e. computers that provide network services other than mail services, protecting the users of those services. If the computer provides mail services, i.e. is an in-coming or out-going mail server, then a Mail Server license would be required. The File Server version is licensed per server.
F-PROT Antivirus for Linux/BSD/Solaris Mail Servers:A Mail Server license is suitable for mail servers, for either in-coming or out-going mail, protecting the users against e-mail viruses, worms and other malware. The Mail Server version is licensed on a per user basis.