how do i import a profile

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by paulie shore, Dec 22, 2004.

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  1. paulie shore

    paulie shore Guest

    hi there, the company i'm working for has just purchased some nod32 software and were trying to figure out how to import the profile we have created useing the Configuration Editor, we've saved it as profile.xml and we want to be able to do remote installs from the remote administration console using this profile with all out installs. can someone please help me out
  2. rumpstah

    rumpstah Registered Member

    Mar 19, 2003
    Hi Paulie and Welcome to Wilders.

    One must go into the Remote Install tab and create a package with your customized .xml file, choosing the Operating Systems the package will support.

    The Remote Administration manual is very helpful determining how best to deploy NOD32 in your environment, found here.

  3. balthus

    balthus Registered Member

    Jun 27, 2004
    i was having the same problem. i tried a force install on a client and i was not getting the xml file i created to work. everything was default o_O
    i would try to give more specific info but i do not know what info you need.
  4. anotherjack

    anotherjack Registered Member

    Jun 13, 2003
    I don't use the Remote install feature of the Console, since we used a simple batch file to install NOD across all of our sites:

    \\networksharename\setup.exe /silentmode /instmft /cfg=yoursetupfile.xml

    We actually use site name substitutions via %1 and %2 in the batch file, but you get the idea. That's really all it takes. Set it up through whatever software deployment tool you might use, or run it as part of a login script if necessary. I find it easier to do it that way.

    Hope that helped.

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