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Client connectivity

Created: 01 Feb 2013 • Updated: 01 Feb 2013 | 10 comments
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I have one system which has came from difer network to my network permanently. So how to get the sep server connectivity with that client

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Jackie007's picture


You can replace sylink.xml file and check sep client reporting your sepm server.

you can user sylinkreplace tool or sylinkdrop.exe tool



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.Brian's picture

What version of SEP? You can replace the sylink with SEPM if you are on 12.1.2

Otherwise, use sylinkdrop

SEP 12.1 - How to switch Sylink.xml using SylinkDrop

Article:HOWTO66139  |  Created: 2012-01-30  |  Updated: 2012-11-26  |  Article URL


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ArpanSingh's picture

11.7 version.
Where the file available?

Jackie007's picture


You can export sylink.xml for SEPM Console.

Check this thread location on sylink.xml


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consoleadmin's picture

Replace the sylink file with SEP Server


SMLatCST's picture

The below article should help.  It tells you how to create the communciations file from your SEPM and import it into the SEP Client:

consoleadmin's picture

C:\Program Files\Symantec\Symantec endpoint\sylink.xml path.


Sumit G's picture

Agree on above comments, just replace the sylink file with current sep server and run update policy, it will be communicate with server.


Sumit G.