Netware: Creating Mirror Directory with nod32umc fails

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  1. gooze

    gooze Registered Member

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    Hello,

    how can i create an local Mirror Directory with nod32umc.nlm?

    I try different things and the best result i get after running LOAD SYS:/nod32umc.nlm -u USERNAME -p PASSWORD /Directory was:

    Module LIBC.NLM load status OK
    Module NOD32UMC.NLM load status OK

    NOD32 Update Mirror Creator, Version 2.52.2,
    (C) 2006 Eset, s.r.o.
    Update started on 07-26-2009, 15:29:22.
    Checking remote update packages at 'www.eset.com'... ok
    Checking local update packages in 'SYS:/NOD32/MIRROR\'... ok (0 nups found).
    Update finished at 15:29:22, total time: 0 sec (00:00:00).

    But there are no update Files in the Mirror directory. Where do i get the latest signatures?

    Thanks
     
  2. BFG

    BFG Registered Member

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    Hi gooze,

    Did you follow the exact steps listed in the manual?

    BFG
     
  3. WayneP

    WayneP Support Specialist

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    Hello gooze,

    You can't create a mirror with the Novell client because it does not download updates from the internet. The manual states that you have to create a mirror folder on the same drive as the NOD32 module. Then have a Windows machine set up as a mirror and point the save location to the folder on the Novell machine.
     
  4. nopieees

    nopieees Registered Member

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    excuse me guys i cant find nod32umc and it is not in the manual .
    would you please show us what is the benefit of this module
     
  5. BFG

    BFG Registered Member

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    Hello nopieees,

    This article explains the nod32umc module.

    BFG
     
    Last edited: Aug 10, 2009
  6. T3dster

    T3dster Registered Member

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    Here's how we did it. Running NetWare 6.5 sp7
    Created a folder on sys named NOD32. In there you put the code for NOD32.
    Create a cfg file with notepad named amon.cfg which contains this
    exclude=_admin:/;zen:/;sys:/;
    onread-
    notify
    clean
    delete
    log
    Then create a folder on sys\public named mirror
    Then we created a script file (.ncf) with notepad named sig-upd.ncf that contains this
    #Download NOD32 update files to SYS:\Public\Mirror
    sys:/nod32/nod32umc -a sys:/nod32/nod32.auth sys:/public/mirror/
    Then created another ncf named nod-upd.ncf that contains this script
    #Download NOD32 update files to SYS:\Public\Mirror
    sys:/nod32/nod32umc -a sys:/nod32/nod32.auth sys:/public/mirror/
    We load amon via the startup script autoexec.ncf
    We use a scheduled task (similar to crontab) in the Novell Remote Manager to run the sig-upd.ncf and five minutes later the nod-upd.ncf
    It seems to work well for us
     
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