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Microsoft SQL server/Windows 2000/Trend Micro Pattern Files

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I am new to this so please bear with me.  I have a small standalone network (1 server, 5 clients).  Microsoft Server 2000 for server, Windows 2000 for all clients and Trend Micro Pattern Files is what we use to scan for viruses; none of this is connected to the outside world.  .I want to know how to push virus software from the server to all of the clients.
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do you have the trend micro management suite?
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Yes
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it should be auto.....you will need to jump into the management console.....find that your hosts are registered, then look at the deployment section under settings
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