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Norton Corp 9.0

Discussion in 'Networking' started by virtualgeorg, Jan 19, 2006.

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  1. virtualgeorg

    virtualgeorg Thread Starter

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    I have Norton 9.0 installed on a win2k server and want to install to remote clients.
    I tried inserting the cd and also saved the ntclient folder to the hard drive. I go through the client setup, choose the pc & the server and it shows me that it installs the files to the win2k pc on the network. I go to the pc and don't see anything different, re-boot and still nothing? Tried another pc and when rebooted I got a message stating it could load norton. I also had Norton 2003 installed so I tried uninstalling and reinstalled 9.0 corp from the server again but still nothing?

    How will I know it is loaded on the pc correctly? I thought I tried it previously on another pc and it showed the Norton icon in the tray after I installed.

    thanks
     
  2. skinnywhiteboy

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    You can use Norton Corp to deploy the Anti-Virus clients to the machines on the network. Make sure all other Anti-Virus software is removed from each machine first, and reboot all of them. Have you tried looking through the documentation that came with the CD so you can teach yourself the program??
     
  3. virtualgeorg

    virtualgeorg Thread Starter

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    Sure, I always read all the documentation, but usually after i screw up.

    I had an expired solo version running on the pcs that I was trying to remotely deploy to but seems to be working ok now. Thought maybe I would be prompted to remove previous installs if detected.

    thanks
     
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