Information technology tools and resources at the UW
Sophos Endpoint anti-virus software has been centrally licensed by the University of Washington for use by current UW students, faculty and staff on University-owned computers as well as on their personal computers. PCs, servers, and workstations, either on campus or at home, are included. The goal is to help protect your work and home computers from viruses and other malware.
Once you have separated from the UW, you must remove the software from your machines.
Sophos Endpoint anti-virus software is available for Windows, Mac, and UNIX/Linux.
Sophos Enterprise Console is available for UW Computing Support Staff.
UW faculty, UW staff, UW students, UW students in residence halls, UW researchers, UW clinicians, Harborview Medical Center
How to Order
Students, Faculty and Staff
Download Sophos Endpoint anti-virus software for Windows, Macintosh, or Linux starting at: washington.edu/itconnect/wares/uware
You will be asked to agree to the license conditions, then be taken to the Sophos download page where you select the appropriate version (student or staff/faculty) and platform (Windows, Mac, Linux). Follow the detailed installation instructions. You will be asked to provide your UW NetID and password in order to download the software.
UW Computing Support Staff
UW departments have access to the Sophos Enterprise Console to deploy, monitor and manage Sophos installations within their unit and receive higher-level support directly from Sophos. Detailed information is available at depts.washington.edu/sophosav/hlsupport
Sophos Endpoint anti-virus software is available for download from the Web at any time.
This service is included in the Technology Recharge Fee.
Service Level Description
This service aims to have the software available for download 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Sophos Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):
Additional Sophos support resources are available at:
Sophos Enterprise Console and support information for UW Computing Support Staff:
Last Review Date: 04/25/2015