Windows Server 2003 Latest Norton Corporate It updated its definitions this afternoon, then decided that "srvany.exe" was a Trojan Horse (in the system32 folder). This file basically lets you pick a program to act as a service. It's used by countless virus writers, so it's a bit of a touchy program. However, it is available by Microsoft. We're running Peachtree as our office accounting system, and Peachtree uses the Pervasive SQL engine to run. When you install Peachtree (which has been installed forever on that server), it installs the srvany.exe file, and makes a registry edit to have it automatically started as a service. So, now that Norton found it as a virus, it stopped the service, and now our accounting system doesn't work. That's obviously a problem. So, how do I get norton to leave "srvany.exe" alone, so i can rebuild the service and get Peachtree to run? I know we don't have any viruses on this box.