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    NOD32 Remote administation problem

    Hi,

    I have a bit of problem the was an alteration made in the NOD32 remote administration config and now all the clients wont point to the correct server and I cant push an config to them because they dont connect to the server to check for updated configs :/

    does anyone know a quick fix preferably some sort of script to change the remote administration server of the clients?

    Thanks

    MIke

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    If the machines in questions are listed in the admin console then you should be able to push a new config file to them, regardless of their update server setting. The clients would need a reboot to ensure the new settings had been received.

    However, if that oesn't work you could try a reinstall to the clients, with the new settings in place. Again the clients would need a re-boot.

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    I have told it to push the new config to the clients but it never manages to do it.

    I have restarted them and try to run the uninstall from the console but that also fails

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    ah i had to add PASSWORD="mypass" to the command line to uninstall :]

    thanks for you help I should be able to sort it from here.

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    You could try to create a DNS entry (CNAME) with the old server name that points the clients to the new server.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cookie_monster View Post
    You could try to create a DNS entry (CNAME) with the old server name that points the clients to the new server.
    Yep this work fine.. same way we did it a few months ago

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