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Pushing AV to PC replaced on a domain

Posted on 2011-02-27
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After I join a replacement PC to a domain the Kepersky Antivirus must be, I think the term is pushed down to the PC. How would that be accomplished from the administrator account on the server? I am very new to servers Windows server 2003
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If you have the admin kit installed on the server use this guide: http://support.kaspersky.com/ak_mp3/update?qid=193239012
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need help despratly I need to push kepersky to a computer I just replaced on a server. can I get detailed instructions?
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Here are some additional resources that proved helpful although I was working with a much older version.

http://support.kasperskyamericas.com/corporate/videos
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