Updating client software with a LiveUpdate Settings policy
|Article:HOWTO81233|||||Created: 2012-10-24|||||Updated: 2014-09-21|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO81233|
You can update Symantec Windows and Mac client product software automatically by permitting product updates with a LiveUpdate Settings policy. When product updates are permitted and an update is available, clients download and install them when a LiveUpdate session runs. You can schedule a LiveUpdate session or you can manually start it. When the LiveUpdate policy is not configured to download product updates, client software can be only updated by using the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager console or manually.
By default, LiveUpdate for Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager downloads and processes client updates and patches. When the management server downloads a new client version, you can select the new package and upgrade clients with AutoUpgrade or with another upgrade method. You can disable this setting under Admin > Local Site > Edit Site Properties > LiveUpdate, under Content Types to Download.
You cannot update the Linux client product software with LiveUpdate.
To update Symantec client software with a LiveUpdate Settings policy
In the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager console, click Policies > LiveUpdate.
In the right pane, on the LiveUpdate Settings tab, click a LiveUpdate policy.
In the lower portion of the left pane, under Tasks, click Edit the Policy.
Under Windows Settings, click Advanced Settings, and then check Download Symantec Endpoint Protection product updates using a LiveUpdate server.
Under Mac Settings, click Advanced Settings, and then check Download Symantec Endpoint Protection product updates using a LiveUpdate server.
Click OK, and then apply the policy to a group or a location in a group.
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