Odd RAC Status

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by Cosmo32, Apr 7, 2007.

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  1. Cosmo32

    Cosmo32 Guest

    I use the EE version of nod32. It does everything very well. I am still not very good with the RAC part however.
    At the moment I have 2 of my clients shutdown (last night). This morning at 0915, I dialed up and got the latest update from ESET (2172). When I look in RAC I see the following display:


    Why does "SRV" in the top Server section remain at VDef#2171? :blink:

    If the LAN UServer (client) on the server is updated, I would expect the actual Server to be updated. When does the Server actully update?

    Will my Server's status remain behind until I power up my 2 off clients and allow them to update to VDef#2172?

    This is baffling to me. o_O
  2. ASpace

    ASpace Guest

    ~removed by me.Wrote something stupid.sorry~
  3. BFG

    BFG Registered Member

    Oct 27, 2004
    San Diego
    Hi Cosmo32,

    That date isn't when the server updated, that's the oldest definition on the network.

    The Server is a client of itself and updated at 10:57 this morning.

  4. Cosmo32

    Cosmo32 Guest

    Thanks BFG,
    Your answer makes perfect sense, too! :D
    Great explanation! The RAC screen makes more sense to me now that I understand the top table. Cool. :thumb:
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