Release Notes for Dr.Web Anti-virus

Last updated on 20.12.2011



Dr.Web Anti-virus for Microsoft ISA Server and Forefront TMG (hereinafter referred to as Dr.Web Anti-virus) is an anti-virus plug-in designed to protect corporate systems against viruses and spam. It flexibly integrates into the system and processes all traffic transferred via HTTP, FTP, SMTP and POP3 protocols in order to detect and neutralize all types of malicious objects. The plug-in check the incoming Internet traffic for viruses, dialers, adware, hacktools, jokes and riskware. If a threat is detected, it is processed according to the application settings.

The application integrates into Microsoft ISA Server and Microsoft Forefront TMG by implementing its data filters, that give access to them to the Dr.Web anti-virus engine. Dr.Web Anti-virus operates on the Dr.Web CMS platform (Dr.Web Central Management Service), which supports the central configuration of application settings and components and remote administration via protected protocol HTTPS. Dr.Web CMS has inner web server Dr.Web CMS Web Console with client authentication, thus, only the authorized administrators can access the application settings.

Dr.Web Anti-virus can perform the following functions:

Scan all Microsoft ISA Server and Microsoft Forefront TMG traffic, transferred via HTTP, FTP (including FTP over HTTP), SMTP and POP3 protocols
Block access to the infected objets for users within the network protected by Microsoft ISA Server or Microsoft Forefront TMG firewall
Isolate infected and suspicious objects to Quarantine
Add notifications on virus events to the Event log and to the internal event database in Dr.Web CMS
Filter spam in the e-mails via SMTP protocol
Add accompanying text to the e-mail messages containing security threats
Restrict access to web resources using Office Control
Collect statistics
Automatically update virus databases and components of the plug-in

Dr.Web Anti-virus uses virus databases, which are constantly supplemented with new records to assure up-to-date protection. Also, a heuristic analyzer is used for additional protection against unknown viruses.


To install Dr.Web Anti-virus for Microsoft ISA Server and Forefront TMG 6.00.0, your computer must meet the following minimum requirements:

Hardware requirements



In case Microsoft ISA Server is used

In case Microsoft Forefront TMG is used


Pentium III 733 MHz or higher

Pentium III 1.86 MHz or higher


1 GB or more

2 GB or more

Disk space

300 MB for installation.

Additional disk space is needed for temporary data storage while performing the anti-virus check. The size of the disk space depends on the user requests intensity and the size of the downloaded files.


VGA-compatible monitor

Operating system and software requirements



In case Microsoft ISA Server is used

In case Microsoft Forefront TMG is used

Operating system

One of the following:

Microsoft® Windows Server® 2003 x86 with Service Pack 1 (SP1)
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2003 R2 x86

One of the following:

Microsoft® Windows Server® 2008 SP2
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2008 R2

File system


Proxy server

Microsoft® ISA Server 2004

Microsoft® ISA Server 2006

Microsoft® Forefront® TMG 2010

Additional software

Microsoft® Windows Installer 3.1or higher

Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5

Internet Explorer 6 or higher or Mozilla FireFox 3 or higher

Installation of Dr.Web Anti-virus for Microsoft ISA Server and Forefront TMG 6.00.0

To install Dr.Web Anti-virus 6.00.0:

1.If another version of Dr.Web Anti-virus or other anti-virus software is already installed on the computer it is necessary to uninstall it using the installation file or standard tools of the OS.
2.Depending on the proxy server version, run the Dr.Web Anti-virus installation file:
drweb-600-isa-20042006-x86.exe, if you are using Microsoft ISA Server.
drweb-600-tmg-2010-x64.exe, if Microsoft Forefront TMG is used.
3.The window with a list of installation languages will open. Select Russian or English as the installation language. Click OK.
4.The InstallShield Wizard will open on the first window of the installation process. Click Next to continue.
5.A window with the text of the License Agreement will open. To continue installation you should read and accept the license by selecting I accept the terms in the license agreement. Click Next.
6.Select the licensing type. You can use the key file obtained from Dr.Web Control Center or a local key file. Click Next.
7.If you have selected to use the local key file on the previous step, specify the path to it. Click Browse and select the necessary key file. Click Next.
8.On the Destination folder page, specify the path to the folder to install the program to. The default folder is C:\Program Files\DrWeb for ISA Server\. If you prefer to use another folder, click Modify and specify the path to a new folder. Click Next.
9.On the Ready to install page, click Install to begin installation of Dr.Web Anti-virus on your computer.
10.Further actions of the InstallShield Wizard do not require user interference. Once the installation is complete, click Finish.

Additional Information

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