We're a small school district with a few hundred seats of AVG, the systems are a mix of XP and W7 32 & 64 bit.
We use the AVG Admin Console to take care of business.
When we try to install AVG2013 of late using either the console or by doing it manually/locally on the target machine itself, we keep having the installer trying to switch to AVG 2014. It starts up with 2013 as the version then switches itself, presumably after a quick online interrogation of AVG's servers.
This is not exactly a good thing because 2014 and the present Remote Admin Console have no way to talk to each other.
Under Windows 7 we find that neither using an old install package nor setting the system clock back by a few months (as suggested by AVG support) works - the installer still insists on trying to switch to AVG 2014.
We have a very real need for quick and easy deployment of 2013 right now, prefereably using remote methods - does *anyone* have a usable workaround for this problem?
It's getting to the point where we're thinking of changing AV vendor.
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