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Moving Symantec Endpoint Protection from local drive

I would like to know how I would be able to move Symantec Endpoint Protection from local drive to a different drive on the server. The local drive is running out of space and Symantec won't run.

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  • Brian Cruz Apr 22, 2009

    The defrag was already implemented...I just wanted to know how to go about changing the drives from the c: drive to another larger drive



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If its just the client then you need to add/Remove... then reinstall.
If you run the MSI and not the Setup.exe... you can go for a Custom setup...

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You will need to reinstall the software to make sure that the link in the system are all pointed correctly. If the installation is attended you should be able to choose the location. If the installation is from a package there is a MSI switch you can use to chose the location.

Some of the files must use the C: drive due to shared files.

If the SEPM is installed on this computer, this may be a good doc to move the content folder that the system uses to install updates to clients grows large because of the deltas that are created for small definition delivery

Posted on May 07, 2009

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Defrag your hard drive; if that does not work compress the Symantec Endpoint Protection file

Posted on Apr 22, 2009

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    Linda Goldsmith Apr 24, 2009

    go to start/my computer/ click on the drive Symantec Endpoint Protection file is in. Then view the drive as list. Click on folders, that will give you a split screen. Right side is the drive you want to move from; left is the list of everything on your computer, drives, programs, desktop, etc. The box to the left will have a - or +, - means your looking at everything on the drive, + means there are subdirectories. I suggest first put Symantec Enpoint Protection into a new file, then hilight it and either cut & paste it to the drive listed on the left or you can click and drag it. Then just click OK and wait for the transfer. Hope this helps


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