For all other locations, make sure you use the SEP Manager to distribute product software and content updates.I’m currently working in a Citrix Xen Desktop environment with pooled, non-persistent desktops.
Scan the headers below for best practices in all areas of SEP and lots of links to helpful guides, as well as a way to get a free analysis of your SEP environment at the bottom using Symantec’s Best Kept Secret.
Here’s how I did it: folder to a location on my persistent disk, made my registry changes and started the client. Follow these steps in your client OS (in Read/Write mode): Now that we’ve prepared our image for this change we have to make sure that the definition files are present on the persistent disks on all VM’s in the environment.
For this I created a Power Shell script which will do just that.
I occasionally come across computers that will never be connected to the internet but are still vulnerable to viruses through other sources (ex. What I need is a solution where I can drop the updates on the machines, or connect to them directly (via x-over cable) to download the updates locally.
I know there was a discussion around a tool to do this but cannot find reference to Symantec relasing one
There are a lot of moving parts to admin work, so here is a list of Symantec’s guides to content revision configuration, server certificate updates, GPO, testing authentication, central deployment, Live Update, and clients with both SEP and Data Loss Prevention: If your users do not use a VPN, you should change the Live Update policy setting to use the default Symantec Live Update server – this allows remote clients to update any time they connect to the Internet.