Good day, I am trying to deploy NOD32 Antivirus through the use of Group Policy. So far, I am having little success. I am aware of the other method of pushing installers through the use of RAC. For my purposes where I have 2 sites, this complicates and confuses things and really is not the preferred method of delivery in my opinion. First off, and I am by no means flaming but merely expressing my frustration, would like to say that the documentation is really limited and when followed has misleading, incorrect step-by-step instructions ( I can elaborate if necessary). Only GPO related documentation found: http://download.eset.com/manuals/eset_era_4_userguide_enu.pdf What I've done: 1. "integrated" xml file with my re-defined preferences into the latest msi of nod32 antivirus for business. (using Package Configuration Editor, which confuses me every time I use it) 2. placed the modified msi AND the cfg.xml into a shared folder 3. created a GPO, added above msi under "User Configuration -> Software setting -> Software installation" Package is not getting delivered. I'd like to mention that when I add the MSI package in step 3, in the event viewer i receive this: Event ID: 119 Software Installation encountered an unexpected error while reading from the MSI file \\server\Software\NOD32\eavbe_nt64_enu.184.108.40.206.msi. The error was not serious enough to justify halting the operation. The following error was encountered: The operation completed successfully. What I've tried with no success: 1. Adding Software package though "Computer Configuration" as opposed to "User Configuration", which in all honesty makes more sense to me. However, User Configuration was in the official nod32 manual. 2. using a default msi without modifications Aside from the above, I understand there 2 architecture msi, 64 and 32 bit versions. If I get this GPO working, Do I have to add two separate "Software packages" to accommodate the 2 architectures? My company has a wild mixture of that. Usually other software packages, which i deploy with no problems, come as a one 32/64 msi which makes the selection automatic depending on the client. Sorry for the wall of text. Any help would be super! Thank you!