Push install has the appeal of not having to walk the network to individually install. I did my first push install to a test PC from the Remote Administrator. But apparently the need remains to walk the network. Because you must prep the nodes for the push. The documentation lists 11 prerequisites like "server service enabled," 2221-2224 must be unblocked by firewall, administrative share $ADMIN enabled, etc. I did it on my test machine through the usual Windows graphical interface, doing 11 little jobs. 4 or 5 of the settings needed changes. I'm a linux guy, where I would write a script for something like this and turn the 11 jobs I must do at each PC into one job (running the script). In Windows I don't know how. What do NOD32 AV admins do to get push install to shortcut the need for individual operations on every PC in the network, instead of substituting one individual need for another??