Pushed Update, now NO clients are reporting back to Server

Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus' started by sammyc53, Jul 21, 2010.

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  1. sammyc53

    sammyc53 Registered Member

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    Went from 3.x to 4.2.latest and no clients are reporting back in. Even after reboots. What gives?

    The clients seem to be working great...
     
  2. nonoise

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    Check if they have the right configuration, press F5 on one of the clients > Remote administration > ...
     
  3. jimwillsher

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    and if you have a password on the clients, make sure you've also entered that password on the server
     
  4. sammyc53

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    Well, looks like all my clients are trying to authenticate to the server. My server never required auth before... strange.

    I wonder if I set a matching password on the server if they will connect....
     
  5. sammyc53

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    Where do I set this password?
     

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  6. jimwillsher

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    "password for clients"
     
  7. sammyc53

    sammyc53 Registered Member

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    Well, since only half of my clients got the new v4, the rest are still on v3, and still can connect to the Server.

    However, none of the new v4 clients can.

    I need to get a new config to these clients, or reset the password on them one-by-one. Can't do that.

    Is there a way to script / command line a new config file to clients?

    If not, I need to reinstall/deploy with a proper config. How does one do that? Can it be done from the console? Or am I going to have to whip up some commands on my own?

    Thanks,
    Sam
     
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