How does Norten Server work?

I have a netowrk set up.

2 domains  Each domain has a single server and each server is a PDC for it's domain.

The NEWEST  (still in beata) has our new Norton Corp 9 one it set up as a server.  ONE client in this domain has AV set up as managed and points to teh AV server in this new domain as well.  BOTH in the same domain.

What I want to do.  Is take a CLIENT in the old domain,  and install norton as MANAGED and point to the AV Server in teh NEW domain with out loging into that domain.

Is this possable?
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Steve McCarthy, MCSE, MCSA, MCP x8, Network+, i-Net+, A+, CIWA, CCNA, FDLE FCIC, HIPAA Security OfficerIT Consultant, Network Engineer, Windows Network Administrator, VMware AdministratorCommented:
The easiest way to do this is to uninstall the client in the old computer and reboot.  Then, either push the client from the new server to the old computer, or just run the installation on the old computer.  You will select Client and then Managed.  It will ask for the name of the AV Server.  Just put it in and finish the wizard.  I have lots that are not joined to the domain, but are managed by the Server on the Domain.
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Steve McCarthy, MCSE, MCSA, MCP x8, Network+, i-Net+, A+, CIWA, CCNA, FDLE FCIC, HIPAA Security OfficerIT Consultant, Network Engineer, Windows Network Administrator, VMware AdministratorCommented:
Thanks and good luck!
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