The product is targeted for Enterprise environments with more than 250-1000 computers. Please correct me if I am wrong, but would these kinds of environments typically not use Active Directory?
Of course they do, but I was obviously expecting something that would also cater to the smaller workgroup based LANs.
My thinking was that a tool of this type would be used to ensure consistency and constancy across smaller LANs, as it will do for larger LANs, as they are typically where malware strikes. Although corporate LANs can and do get infected, I would have thought that most of the large scale propogations and botnets were hosted on home PCs and smaller, unmanaged LANs. This is why I thought they presented the greater need and the greater potential for this type of product.
This type of product has enormous potential outside the corporate world. Just ask yourself, what percentage of the worlds PCs are standalone or on workgroup LANs, and why is this not inconsiderable segment left unmanaged? I believe that this is a real opportunity for Comodo.