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  1. Thanks Michal, I guess what would be nice at this point is a simple tutorial how to keep the agent and security product up to date on a group of systems. So I have a server group I deal with manually, but for workstations I just tick the "do not reboot if required" box and let the user reboot when they see the message. I'd just like to automate for all of them. I have found the "outdated applications" panel so I've been using that for the week, which I guess is the simplest method at this point. Looking forward to micro PCU and auto agent updates in the future.
  2. So the answer is, no there is no easy way to automate this? That's disappointing. Do large companies just have someone constantly managing outdated machines, or do they just let them run with old versions?
  3. I am finding doing updates to be a major pain. I'd love if I could automate it to just push a new agent and AV product any time a new version is available. Or bare minimum have a task I can just run that updates both. Currently I click on each computer, then in the bottom right where it says "outdated version" I click there, then click "update ESET products". I do this for every computer. I know there are ways to create tasks, but in the past I've had to manual make the task every time there is a new version. Can I automate this "button push" for all systems in a group? Seems simple, but I can't find the appropriate task. I'm sure this is simple stuff, but I work at a small company and only fiddle with this interface once a year or so, and find it incredibly obtuse. Searching help provides loads of irrelevant articles. The old remote administrator was so much easier to use. Thanks for the help.
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