Symantec anti virus problems updating remote

31-Jan-2020 19:32

I doubt rebooting your server is going to do you any good.Do you get ANY error messages whatsoever in the logs?I know the Firewall is Off based on the Group Policy settings.Aurico: Same thing I responded to Adam Robinson with.I of course cannot find one phone number to Symantec Tech Support but I wanted to check here first anyways to see if anyone's come across this problem before or has any suggestions.Thanks, John On the client stations, does it show the client antivirus underneath the group?

My recommend would be to uninstall SEP (maybe any 3rd party security software) before doing the upgrade and try to re-install SEP after the upgrade.Adam Robinson: It said that it installed to all the clients successfully.At this point I just clicked "OK" and "FINISH" after it remotely installed and since then I've had no errors.I will have to wait a couple of hours before I can reboot that server, otherwise I'm going to make a lot of people mad :) I am wondering what you mean by this: "On the client stations, does it show the client antivirus underneath the group?

" I'm remoted to one of the computers that received the client installation. The problem is I'm in the server's system console and there's only one group but none of those computers are within the group, and this is the server I selected to deploy the software with to the clients.

I even go to "Find Computer" option on the system center console, and I can't even bring up any of the workstations via hostname or IP address.

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