Push Mail Security licenses via ERA/policy

Discussion in 'ESET Server & Remote Administrator' started by DiPersiaTech, Dec 15, 2011.

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  1. DiPersiaTech

    DiPersiaTech Registered Member

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    My mail security license is getting ready to expire. Received my new one, entered it in the ERA policy that my mail servers get (As well as the straight NOD32 keys.)

    So my mail servers received the policy update in that they show (On the main protection status screen) that they now disabled in 2012. However, the license files loaded for mail security are still the old files - even though I put the new file in the policy, and verified the username/password was correct.

    This is how I push license files for new mail security setups. I never install the key- just install Mail Security, then point it to my ERA server it does the rest. Would prefer not to go to each server and install the new key.

    Possible? Am I missing something?
     
  2. Marcos

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    Are both licenses for the same number of mailboxes ?
     
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