Sorry about the length, just trying to be as detailed as possible. Ok we finally updated our own RAS/RAC to the new 2.0 versions. Well it seems installed right, its going to get its updates as usual. The only thing is when I go to create a install package, the only thing showing up under my domain is the Server. None of the clients appear under the domain they are suppose to be. When I go to the clients tab, I can see all the networked computers. I've been trying to update three of the computers to Version 3.0, since they have 2.7 still. I went to my boss's computer, we updated that manually to NOD32 3.0 BE, pointed it towards the server and nothing. Tried to get the server to force it to update, it tells me it is sucessful yet he still is on update 2706, yet the RAS is at 2707. Of course when we go to push the install (remind you I'm logged in as the domain Admin, so I know that's not the problem) (also have tried check/unchecking the box down below the window where your network is listed when choosing what domain your clients are in, can't remember right now what the box said but it something about looking in the server) this was the error we got last night when we tried: SC Code 6, GLE 64, which was Could not set up IPC connection to target computer. Nothing has changed settings wise, everything that needs to be enabled on the target computer is. It worked great with no problems when we were running the older RAS/RAC. I really need help, cause I need to get this fixed today, and I'm at my wits end trying to figure it out. I can't understand why the computers show up under the clients tab, yet when I go to push a install they aren't found. Even when I add the computers name to push the install too, I get that error message. Any help would be greatly appericated! Edit: yes the mirror is enabled too, I have literaly went step by step through the whole Manual and the built in help file. I'm at a complete lost.... Edit again: I can ping all the computers from the server, and vice versa. Windows Firewall is off of course, Shared Resources is allowed, and I know the TCP/IP protcol is installed. The only thing I can possible think of might be causing the issue is our Outpost Firewall pro, but what gets me is, it wasn't doing this at all when running the older RAS/RAC.