I think I may have really screwed the pooch on this one. We've been using NOD32 for 1.5 years and have .5 years left on our license for 80 PCs. We will gladly renew, as NOD32 has been great. A few days ago, I noticed, on a download website, that NOD32 had a much newer version, 2.51.xx, while all my PCs had 2.50.xx. So I thought, ok, I need to download the new version, install it, and publish it to our corporate mirror, and executed that plan. I must have downloaded the wrong version, because once I did that, every one of our 75 PCs started reporting that "You have been using NOD32 for more than the 30 day trial period. Update is no longer possible." Crap! .. So, sure enough, the copy I downloaded was from Eset's trialware area, and not from the secure spot on eset's website. When I published the upgraded components to the mirror, every one of my licenses turned to trial, and now refuse to update. I thought, ok, uninstall the trial copy on my PC, install the licensed one, then publish to the mirror and let the 75 PCs pick up the licensed upgrade. That didn't seem to work. I still have control of them through the remote server/console, though. I've tried changing their config, adding our user/password to their update profile .. adding the .lic file to the config and publishing that. Nothing works. Furthermore, it appears that to get a copy to go from Trial to licensed, it appears you must run an uninstall, reboot, then install, plus reboot. Dear god, if I have to do that to 75 PCs, I'll go crazy. Anyone have any bright ideas? HELP!