Known Issue: Packages install a new C++ runtime and policy that forces applicants to load a newer version which causes an error
|Article:TECH179611|||||Created: 2012-01-23|||||Updated: 2012-01-23|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH179611|
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The package, in most cases Quick Time, contains a new runtime and a policy forcing all applications to use the new runtime.
The Endpoint Protection services (rsvscan.exe – ignored by default) attempts to load an older version of the runtime, but csrss.exe (not ignored) reads the policy that forces the loading of the newer version. Rtvscan.exe is told to use the newer version but since it is ignored and the new version only exists in the layer it cannot load the runtime assembly and delivers a NOT_FOUND error.
Best practice is to install shared assemblies (especially C-runtimes) to the base OS.
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Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH179611