Hi! I've been administering NOD32 installations in MS Windows domains since a year ago. The NOD32 Enterprise Edition is used in these environments. Recently the renewal process of the NOD32 Enterprise Edition licenses started to take place. Current Eset policy is that with a renewal of a NOD32 license users are given new usernames and passwords for connecting NOD32 to update servers. This requires user/administrator intervention in NOD32 installations. I think it would be much better if the existing username and password were retained for the period of the license renewal. That would require no intervention in the NOD32 installations. Would not that be simpler for Eset too (now they have to discard old username & password and create new ones)? My NOD32 dealer told me that keeping existing username and password is possible for enterprise users that have 1000+ NOD32 licenses. Before switching to NOD32 I used Sophos AV suite in corporate environments where you also get username and password for update. At renewal of the license the username and password didn't change. I'd like to see opinions of other NOD32 users about this issue. -- rpr.