How to set up an internal LiveUpdate server for Symantec AntiVirus 10 for Macintosh clients
|Article:TECH103188|||||Created: 2007-01-02|||||Updated: 2010-12-27|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH103188|
This document tells how to set up an internal LiveUpdate server for clients of Symantec AntiVirus 10 for Macintosh.
It also tells how to set up an internal LiveUpdate server on a Macintosh using the LiveUpdate Administration Utility for Macintosh.
- You can set up an internal LiveUpdate server on a Macintosh that uses HTTP or FTP and runs Mac OS X.
NOTE: These instructions are provided for your convenience only. Symantec does not support configuration of third-party solutions, including HTTP and FTP server software. If you have any questions or problems setting up a specific HTTP or FTP server, consult the manufacturer of that server. These instructions are written using the HTTP and FTP services that are built into Mac OS X Server.
How to configure a Mac OS X Computer as an internal LiveUpdate server using HTTP (Web) - Document ID TECH103471
How to configure a Mac OS X Computer as an internal LiveUpdate server using FTP - Document ID TECH103225
- After you set up your Macintosh as an HTTP or FTP server, download, install, and configure the LiveUpdate Administration Utility for Macintosh.
How to download and install the LiveUpdate Administration Utility for Macintosh - Document ID TECH103600
How to configure the LiveUpdate Administration Utility for Macintosh - Document ID TECH103297
- When your internal LiveUpdate server is ready, use the instructions in this document to configure your clients to point to the internal LiveUpdate server.
How to set up clients to download updates from the internal LiveUpdate server - Document ID TECH103249
Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH103188