Last week I posted a thread for updating of ESET NOD32 via the command prompt this wasn't possible. The option where: 1. Change the update scheduler manually 2. Export the registry from a computer that has the scheduler set to 1 minute and import it again. Reboot and it will update every 1 minute. I have been looking more closely into this and what we have found is the following: If we have 2 computers installed with the Same version of NOD32 but computer A has updated till today and computer B doesn't have update since it installed. Computer B is not on the network how can we then update computer B? We found out if we copy all the *.dat files from computer A so from C:\Program Files\ESET\ESET NOD32 Antivirus\*.dat to computer B C:\Program Files\ESET\ESET NOD32 Antivirus\ and when we reboot the computer B. The signature date will change to the same date as computer A. If we then update from new files from our mirror the system will update correctly. Isn't this create (but also a bit weird)?