Automatic virus scanning for Samba file server
I've just installed a brand new HP Proliant server at a local radio station, running Slackware64 14.0, with NTP, DHCP, DNS, FTP and Samba services. Client machines are a mix of mostly Ubuntu 10.04 and 12.04, and Windows XP.
In the past, they've had problems with virus-infected USB sticks on the Windows machines, so they asked me if there was a possibility to have a special share on the file server that would act as a "virus security folder". The share would be regularly checked for viruses, so folks with a USB stick or disk or whatever should first upload their files to this special share on the server, and from there, they could be transferred to the Windows clients after a virus check.
Any suggestions for this?