Patching Symantec Mail Security 3.2 for Domino Multi-Platform Edition for SymRoot2 compliance
|Article:TECH132018|||||Created: 2010-01-27|||||Updated: 2011-02-24|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH132018|
You want to upgrade the Java LiveUpdate component of Symantec Mail Security 3.2 for Domino Multi-Platform Edition so that it can validate content signed by the SymRoot2 certificate.
Your product can continue to download SymRoot1 definitions after certificate expiration; however, you are encouraged to apply a Java LiveUpdate patch to allow your product to download SymRoot2-signed content.
- Download the jlu.jar file from the Symantec FTP site that corresponds to your operating system:
- Stop the Domino server.
- Change to the directory /opt/Symantec/LiveUpdate
- Note the permissions on the existing file jlu.jar
- Back up and delete the file /opt/Symantec/LiveUpdate/jlu.jar
- Copy the new jlu.jar file to the /opt/Symantec/LiveUpdate folder.
- Create a new link for jlu.jar
- On Linux, Solaris, and AIX, type ln -s /opt/Symantec/LiveUpdate/jlu-1.20.9.jar jlu.jar and then press Enter.
- On iSeries, type ln -s /opt/Symantec/LiveUpdate/jlu-1.10.jar jlu.jar and then press Enter.
- Confirm that the permissions on the jlu.jar file are the same as the permissions in the previous file as noted in step 4.
- Start the Domino server.
Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH132018