We have many hundreds of nod32 v4.2.x clients that are not on a LAN but on which we have an installation service running that can do msiexec or bat files with admin rights. (we use wpkg for that from wpkg.org). How can I best update the current settings of already installed and running nod32 v4.2.x clients? There are a few settings we want to imporve on, but most important, is to push out the details of the new smtp email alerts & notifiactions smtp server settings, as the current smtp server has gone away. Both upgrading using misexec using the ADMINCFG="<local-path>\cfg.xml" and simply an misexec update with the relevant cfg.xml file in the same directory as the msi fil does not chnage or upgrade the currenlty running settings. How is this best done? Can I simply force a "regedit /s my-nod32-settings.reg" onto the clients as a system or adminstrative user ?(which? system service? or adminstrative rights?) or are the nod32 registry keys protected from being changed by anything but nod32 itself when it loads the config from a cfg.xml file? Thanks for any help or pointers?