Hello, I need to push out an install that is up to date over 50-100 56k frames via FTP. Once they reach their destination then I have 2-8 servers per frame that need to have Nod32 installed. Optimally I want to FTP the Nod32 installer and config xml to a server, copy it to other servers at the destination on that remote LAN, then be able to run the install and all servers connect up. These remote destinations are isolated from the internet on a closed LAN connected to my company. I don't have any problem pushing the installer, copying it, and installing it. The problem I've run into is that once Nod32 is installed on the remote servers the version is 3832. And to get from 3832 to 4009 (as of this morning) it's over 22 megs. Each server then has to pull 22 megs over the 56k frame individually to get up to date. So basically, My question is, how do I get an up to date installer and XML ready to go? I need to be able to push it over a slow frame, install it on several servers, then the servers connect to the Nod32 Server and only need to get updates from there forward?