How to update configuration in workstations

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by goncalvm, Feb 27, 2007.

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  1. goncalvm

    goncalvm Registered Member

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    Hi everyone,

    I read in some threads that if I want to update the Nod32 configuration in some workstations in a network environment, I need to put the nod32.xml in the mirror directory and all workstations will be updated, but if I want to exclude some workstations/servers, like Domain Controllers and Exchange Servers what do I need to do?

    Best Regards,

    Marco
     
  2. chmiller

    chmiller Registered Member

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    Perhaps someone else will post an even better option, but I use "task" feature in the Remote Admin Console to to that. Click on the task button and select configuration, and then either select a previously set configuration or edit one. You can apply this task to specific machines. That works well in a small network like mine; maybe there's a better way for larger networks.
     
  3. goncalvm

    goncalvm Registered Member

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    chmiller,

    tks for your help!

    Marco
     
  4. YeOldeStonecat

    YeOldeStonecat Registered Member

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    Same here...I create a few different config files...for workstations, for laptops, for servers. I can make changes to it if I need...and update the appropriate PCs right from the Remote Admin Console...right click..task..config...select...update now. Takes only a few seconds to do...can do it in large numbers if you want.

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