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26th November 2009, 04:12 PM #1
Eset NOD32 migrating servers - I've b*****d up
The other day i was migrating NOD32 servers by pushing out the new config. Problem is i made a typo and now half of the clients are looking for a server (well actually the port) which doesnt exist.
Does anyone know of a way to correct this?
Last resort would be to to change the server ports, push out new settings, etc. Problem with that is the other half of the clients which have the correct settings then wont be able to connect...
Anyone know how to remotely uninstall NOD32?
26th November 2009, 04:50 PM #2
Remote Administrator -> Tools -> Server Options -> Updates
Port setting for the internal update server is near the bottom of the tab
Edit - Oops, think I misunderstood the question but leaving this here just in case.
What's the end result? Correct server + port on some clients, correct server + wrong port on others or wrong server + wrong port on others?
26th November 2009, 08:18 PM #3
- Rep Power
How about pushing the wrong port to the clients which have the working port and if they all have the wrong port, push the right port or leave them on the wrong but working port.
Pfew that whas a weird sentence
26th November 2009, 10:54 PM #4
What about deploying it as an msi + cfg.xml (exported from working client) via group policy, it might just overwrite the settings with the good config.
Then again, I've been using a trial version for 3 days, and have no idea what i'm doing. Hat's off to you if you can do anything with that management interface, seems like it has a really decent client side though.
26th November 2009, 11:05 PM #5
Correct server + port on some clients, correct server + wrong port on others
Originally Posted by OutToLunch
I had thought of that but it seems to take a while for the config to be pushed out, and afaik you cant assign 2 ports to the nod server so all the pcs would have to be clear before moving over to the new "wrong" port
Originally Posted by gjdb
Cool, ill have a look at this tomorrow. Definatly the sort of answer i was looking for. Its been one of those weeks where you dont even realise theres an msi freely available from the eset website
Originally Posted by morganw
Last edited by j17sparky; 26th November 2009 at 11:10 PM.
26th November 2009, 11:11 PM #6
Get in touch with Bill over at SICTU we are now using Kaspersky antivirus, stockton is getting rid of nod32
26th November 2009, 11:12 PM #7
Interesting. Whats it like management wise?
Originally Posted by PEO
26th November 2009, 11:28 PM #8
As suggested above deploying NOD32 as an msi with the cfg.xml file will overwrite the settings.
27th November 2009, 12:15 PM #9
It would seem that eset have changed/removed the command to include the cfg.xml in the V4 msi. Anyone know how to do it? Ive tried;
// Ahh its just admincfg with no slash.
Dont know if its going to replace teh settings mind. May have to uninstall first.
Last edited by j17sparky; 27th November 2009 at 12:20 PM.
27th November 2009, 12:32 PM #10
I am on version 4 and as long as the cfg.xml file is in the same folder as the msi the msi picks it up. So just configure the xml file with the correct port and deploy/redeploy.
I had some confusion about which msi to install but for xp and version 4 you need "eavbe_nt32_enu.msi"
27th November 2009, 12:37 PM #11
I can't comment on V4 but I rolled out some new V3 software the other day and it installed over the top of any that had been manually installed with the new settings. I've also found that as long as the cfg.xml file is in the same folder as the msi it's picked up automatically.
@ jsnetman, oh soz I hadn't seen your post
27th November 2009, 12:45 PM #12
You might not be able to tell the NOD server to use 2 ports, but in the short term you could run something like netcat to listen for traffic on the wrong port and bounce it over to the right one?
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