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conf.properties of SEPM is corrupted

Created: 21 Feb 2013 | 8 comments
Ch@gGynelL_12's picture

Hi all,

 

I just want to know what is the possible cause of conf.properties of SEPM to be corrupted? Is there an article for that? And also, What are the  resolution for that.

Please provide..

 

Thank you..

 

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.Brian's picture

What are you seeing to know this is the case? Screenshot or error message?

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Ch@gGynelL_12's picture

any articles that causing the conf.properties of SEPM to be corrupted. Are there any of it?

.Brian's picture

Don't see anything related in the knowledge base:

https://www.symantec.com/business/support/index?pa...

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Rafeeq's picture

Conf has set of instruction in plain text file.

if you repair your sepm it will be restored 

what made you to think that its corrupted? are you seeing any unexpected behaviour in SEPM.

these are the things you can do with Conf

http://www.symantec.com/connect/articles/things-yo...

SameerU's picture

Hi

Take the backup of conf.properties and delete httpd.exe and try repairing the SEPM.

Regards

 

Ch@gGynelL_12's picture

i need a documented article for the cause of this issue. i just want to have a proof that this will be the cause of this issue. for example, if the cause of this issue is in disk space of Database or in SEPM, where are the articles for it? i can't found any of it. maybe you have a documented one.

Please provide.

 

Many thanks to all.

Rafeeq's picture

it wont get corrupted by any means. I have never seen such issues so far. I dont have any supporting document telling that, coz it never happened :) 

if you still think it might get corrupted then take a backup of it. You wont be changing conf file very often.

Chetan Savade's picture

Hi,

Can you share conf.properties? We would like to take look into the same.

As everyone stated it's a simple plain text file. I have not seen this kind of issue.

Chetan Savade
Sr Technical Support Engineer, Endpoint Security
Enterprise Technical Support
CCNA | CCNP | MCSE | SCTS |

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