Symantec defs not updating

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As for the versions, if I'm not mistaken there isn't a huge difference between 11 and 12.I believe the licensing is a little more lax in 11.Hi Sudeep, just to clarify in the sesmvirdef32/64 directories I found tmp### directories and deleted them however there were other files in these directories as well.Should I delete all the files in these directories or only ones with a particular name.You should have the latest definitions available to run just in case the liveupdate does not pull down. OK Sudeep, deleting the tmp* folders from the sesmvirdef32/64 directories seems to have done the trick.I had already tried renaming the downloads directory and that by itself did not fix the problem.I've run into numerous, extremely random issues including BSOD's and such, that were the fault of Symantec.

They call all ping the SEPM server but for some reason, some workstations are not getting the latest virus def. On the smc-server-0.log, I noticed a bunch of errors: SEVERE: Error while extracting full content under c:\program files\symantec\symantec endpoint protection manager\tomcat\..\inetpub\content\xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx\xxxxxxxx\Full What else can I check to see what's causing the communication problems?Just download the latest SEPM package from symantec and grab the SEP and x64 packages, then in your SEPM, import the packages.You'll then be able to push the newest packages out or set up auto-install regardless of your SEPM version.Do you wonder if your IT business is truly profitable or if you should raise your prices?Learn how to calculate your overhead burden using our free interactive tool and use it to determine the right price for your IT services. Uninstall the outdated liveupdate for Symantec Endpoint Protection and re-install the new one.

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