If you are using an earlier version of Symantec AntiVirus Corporate Edition, read the following document: There are four methods for updating virus definitions: With the VDTM, it is only necessary to update one server in order to update all computers in the network. The server gets definitions updates using LiveUpdate or an. Read the following document for an overview and instructions: LiveUpdate can retrieve definitions files either from the Symantec server which it does by default or from an internal Web, FTP, or file server created with the LiveUpdate Administration Utility.
LiveUpdate is now running silently in the background on the Primary Server. If the VDTM is enabled, it will distribute virus definitions to any secondary servers and clients when LiveUpdate completes.
Follow the on-screen prompts to download the latest definitions. If the computer is a parent server and the VDTM is enabled, it will distribute virus definitions to any subordinate servers and clients when LiveUpdate completes.
The LiveUpdate Administration Utility 1. Symantec offers two distinct products for downloading and distributing LiveUpdate content on an internal network. For information on determining whether the legacy LiveUpdate Administration Utility 1.
This method does not apply for bit versions of the client. You can update any Symantec AntiVirus server or client by downloading the. You can also copy an. The modified date of the. EXE checks for new. Restarting stopping and then starting the Symantec AntiVirus Server process can be used to manually initiate the update process if you do not want to wait.
You can also find the file from the following location: The file name should be similar to the following: For Windows computers, the default location is C: For clients, the default location is C: The "Application Data" folder may be hidden. To show hidden and system folders, read the document: Automatically updating definitions using the.
This batch file automatically downloads and extracts the latest. For more information, read the document: Intelligent Updater The Intelligent Updater file is an executable file that you can use to update virus definitions on legacy Norton AntiVirus Corporate Edition servers.
If you are updating a Symantec AntiVirus server, then you must download the. If you apply the x Read the following document for more information: Download and run the "yyyymmdd-version-x In the Run dialog box, type cmd Click OK. The folder listed in the Resource column is the Symantec AntiVirus program folder and contains the Grc.