Tag: LiveUpdate

Symantec LiveUpdate Server Configuration

Symantec Endpoint Protection (SEP) depends on having up-to-date virus signatures pushed automatically from a centralized location. This article shows how we solved this requirement by creating a local Symantec LiveUpdate Server within our lab environment.

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Symantec AntiVirus Auto-Protect & LiveUpdate on Linux CentOS

Symantec AntiVirus on Linux is a fragile and unforgiving beast – especially the problematic LiveUpdate client which is not correctly documented for install / config. Read on for information on my process for installing Symantec AV including Auto-Protect on my

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Symantec LiveUpdate Administrator – Force “admin” password update

Hello all – if you have ever setup Symantec LiveUpdate Administrator (LUA) then you probably have run into a situation where you could not login. There appears to be a password expiry somewhere…all I know is that on the rare

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