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I then reinstalled, following the Symantec "Best Practice" for SBS 2003 Servers.The Clients appear in the client list and I can send instructions such as "Disable Network Threat Protection" to the client from the server and it works.As far as I understand it, the folder C:\Program Files\Symantec\Endpoint Protection Manager\Inetpub\content is where clients get updates from ... Live Update put's it's stuff in C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Symantec\Live Update\D After 2 days of trying and 2.5 hours on the phone to Symantec support, it was not possible to get Endpoint Protection working on our server (we only have one server).It worked perfectly on my laptop but that's not a suitable location for it.Typically, there will be 3 numbered folders present. Please note that the definition set installed may have been published the previous day and a set for the current day may not yet be available. Looking inside the folder that matches the set downloaded and installed, There should be a folder named "Full" and a zip file named "Full.zip". Looking inside the "Full" folder, there should be the files typically associated with a virus definition set.
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"Download Live Update Content" shows that Live Update starts, checks for updates and does/does not download them as appropriate. I haven't tried to download the definitions on any of the clients themselves as it kind of defeats the object of having a managed solution!
:-) Today, I uninstalled the manager software and the client software from the server.
In such cases, all of the user’s attempts to update Windows Defender fail and Windows Defender states that the reason behind the failures are “connectivity problems”, even though the computer has a completely healthy internet connection. You can also try updating Windows Defender using an elevated Command Prompt.
Fortunately, there are a multitude of different viable solutions for this problem, and the following are the three most effective solutions that you can use to get rid of this issue: If you have been trying to update Windows Defender from the program itself and failing because of “connectivity problems”, the most logical solution for the issue would certainly be trying to update Windows Defender using Windows Update. Right-click on the Start Menu button to open the Win X Menu.