Hey all... We use Nod32 at work and have been pretty happy with it. A few months back I set up a Nod32 update mirror for all our local and remote machines to use. We recently updated NOD32 system wide, and it will no longer allow updates from our mirror: "Server Connection Failure" it says. The few clients that we did not update (laptop users away from the office for example) can still use our mirror just fine. It's taken me a week or so to get the problem isolated. By all indications it appears that NOD32 "bans" public update servers internally. It was inadvertent, but I have reason to believe our update server was exposed to the web for a short period of time. This is the only thing I can think of. Anyone have any knowledge of this issue?