Sep defs not updating Teenchat

Posted by / 28-Nov-2015 18:23

Sep defs not updating

These clients are configured to receive their updates from their Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager (SEPM).

It shows: Latest from Symantec 09/19/2011 r25 Latest on Manager 07/26/2011 r34 How do I get the date for the Manager to match the latest from Symantec?

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Not sure if I have a misconfiguration on the SEPM or am missing some firewall exceptions using Windows firewall not the SEP firewall [have hardware firewall at gateway].

I am using the install default policy for liveupdate routines.

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