50 machines in a VMWare ESX cluster. Each runs NOD32. Each has the same policy and the same scheduled scan set to run at the same time. This kills the SAN. I don't want to have to maintain separate policies just to modify the scan time for each server. I can modify the scan time on each server which would be easier. It seems sending down the policy again doesn't update the scheduled scan time if it's been manually changed. Is there a better option? Some of the other AV products I use have incremental scans where they scan X many files each day, keeping track of where they left off and starting at the beginning once they reach the end. Others will scan, pause, scan, pause -- to lessen the impact. I don't seem to see many options with regard to this. I have it set to run at low priority. Per Task Manager, it doesn't. But that's all I see.