Thanks! NOD32 shows green for me now.
Quoting "J. Greg Mackinnon" <[log in to unmask]>:
> I have re-started the re-configuration task on the NOD32
> management server to include clients that were added to the server
> since Friday. Also, the NOD32 installer packages have been updated to
> include valid username/password information for the downloading of
> definition updates from ESET. As always, obtain your NOD32 installers
> only from "https://www.uvm.edu/software", or from the LiteTouch
> installation system. These are the /only /installation sources that
> are guaranteed to contain the latest configuration files for NOD32.
> Again, you should not have to re-install your software to resolve
> licensing messages. Please follow the troubleshooting procedure in my
> previous post before resorting to a re-install.
> -Greg Mackinnon
> ETS Systems Architecture and Administration
> J. Greg Mackinnon wrote: Hmmm... I expect the problem is that I
> neglected to update the installer with the updated configuration
> information. I configured the management server to update all
> /existing /clients, not /future/ clients. I'll fix this oversight
> shortly, and also re-initialize the current configuration update task
> to include clients that were installed in the last two days. In the
> meantime, please to not attempt to fix the problem by re-installing
> your software (at least, not until you have read though the
> troubleshooting procedure below.)