Re: Not getting updates of symentec endpoint 11 on net
Hi my name is paul
you don't really need to update your pc if its not on the internet
if you do connect to the internet then your anti-virus should automatically update its self and prompt you to install anti-virus update definitions
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When you install New Antivirus, after installing, the FIRST thing that it does is search, your entire computer for any traces of Virus, and will deal with them. The BEST AV, is Symantec Corporate, copy Ver 10 & up,, this actually works, is low on system resources, just Google for it, and download,
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the scanning process is depends upon your procssor and ram speed. if your pc is having enough speed then try to check the symantec software, by disabeling the software, after disableing, the software runs correctly then you have to reinstall the symantec or update....
The Intrusion Prevention Engine in SEP is detecting network based attack traffic for a Microsoft vulnerabity - this will correspond to a security patch from Microsoft.
Whether you want to blindly ignore it is your choice, but you should at least confirm it is EITHER a false positive OR that your machines are patched against the vulnerability BEFORE you simply allow the traffic and potentially put yourself at risk.
Think about, do you know what machine the attack is coming from - is it on your network (it looks like it is), is it running SEP, is patched, etc.