we've had a user report that they cannot update nod32 from offsite. a test shows this is not just them having issues. we have an ERAS, running the latest version (126.96.36.199) which has been inplace for around 2 years now with the same profile. Clients are running the latest nod32 BE (188.8.131.52) ERA policy is as follows: primary RA: internal domain name secondary RA: external domain name the RA connectivity step is proven to work, as we installed the client manually (onsite connectivity), which has a cfg file which sets the RA server. from here the test machine was put onto our offsite line, which then the full policy was downloaded and applied to the client (licence, update servers etc). obviously, remote connectivity to ERAS is working. we also have the dual update schedule set as per this guide: http://kb.eset.com/esetkb/index?page=content&id=SOLN761 primary updates: internal domain name secondary updates: eset servers if a user opens mod32 client, and forces an update, they get an error "server not found". i dont recall this being an issue when i first deployed it (albeit, a year or 2 ago when i last tested), so is this correct operation, and if not, how do i diagnose further?