Updating symantec endpoint
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if you don't have any shares on that server, try browsing to '\servername\c$' to see the default C drive share.
run '\servername\' and see if you are presented with shared folders Yes Thing is I still would like to know which port was being blocked by SEP which caused this issue.
If a client is not receiving updates automatically, follow this process.
Posted: 12/12/2013 in Symantec Tags: Definition update, Definition update problem, Live Update, Not updating virus-definitions, SEP, SEPM, SEPM definitions not updating, Symantec, Symantec Endpoint Protection, Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager, virus-definition update problem If you have encountered SEP virus-definition update problem on SEPM recently (late 2013) and if this is a large enterprise’s production system which keeps about 30 definition revisions, the reason is most probably the max.
It was working fine since long, but I noticed that SEPM stopped updating Antivirus And Antispyware Protection virus definitions and they were almost 1 week old, rest of definitions including Proactive Threat Protection and Network Threat Protection were up to date.
So there was something wrong with the virus definition update engine.
It uses this data to identify and create a security rating for every file accessed through the limit of a database file of sem5 (SEP’s db) database.
I login using domain adid as well as local administrator but in services.msc, I can't stop the Symantec Client Protection & the other Symantec service: the "Stop" option was simply greyed out (ie I can't select it).
Any help wud be appreciated Witness Start Cluster" (28 KB)" this is pretty normal.
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