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Does Symantec Network Access Control 12.1 is part of SEPM licensing ?

Created: 01 Aug 2012 • Updated: 02 Aug 2012 | 7 comments
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Hi All,

Does the Symantec Network Access Control 12.1 is also part of the SEPM 12.1 ?

meaning that it is already included in the licensing as part of the SEPM package ?

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pete_4u2002's picture

no, the agent module is same . SEP client have NAC, however to enable it you should SNAC license to activate on SEPM

K33's picture

You Need SNAC license for activation in SEPM.

 

 

Installation and Administration Documents for Symantec Network Access Control 12.1

http://www.symantec.com/business/support/index?page=content&id=HOWTO55844&key=52788

Dushan Gomez's picture

Hm... I got the email from the upgradecenter@symantec.com on 9 July 2012 which said: 

 

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We are pleased to announce the release of SYMC PROTECTION SUITE ENTERPRISE EDITION 4.0, available July 5, 2011. As a customer with current maintenance/support on a previous version of this product, you are entitled to this new release free of charge as part of your maintenance/support subscription for supported licenses.

 

Symantec Protection Suite Enterprise Edition 4.0 includes:

  • New: Symantec Endpoint Protection 12.1 (Windows and Mac)**
  • Symantec Mail Security for Domino 8.0 Windows Edition
  • New: Symantec Mail Security for Microsoft Exchange 6.5 with Premium Anti-spam
  • New: Symantec Messaging Gateway 9.5 (formerly Brightmail Gateway)
  • New: Symantec Web Gateway 5.0
  • New: Symantec Network Access Control 12.1
  • New: Symantec System Recovery 2011 Desktop Edition (formerly Backup Exec System Recovery)
  • New: Symantec Workflow 7.1
  • IT Analytics Solution for Symantec Endpoint Protection Pack 7.1
  • Symantec Installation Manager 7.1 

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which means as per the above email I can doenload it from Fileconnect and then use it as part of the licensing :-)

 

Dushan Gomez
IT Manager
VCP 4 and 5 | MCITP Exchange Server | MCTS SharePoint Server | MCP Windows XP

 

pete_4u2002's picture

:-), I believe so...Can you check if you have SNAC license already in place?

SMLatCST's picture

SEP and SNAC are licensed separately, and you need a license for SNAC in order to enable that functionality on a SEPM.

What your upgrade notification refers to, is the Symantec Protection Suite, which include licenses for SEP, SNAC (self-enforcement), Web Gateway and a whole load of other products as you can see (everything in that list in fact).

Either via https://licensing.symantec.com or in the license pdf Symantec provide, you should be able to find a separate serial number and slf file for SNAC.  This needs to be applied to your SEPM to enable the SNAC functionality.

I often see companies purchase the Suite as it's a better deal, but then only go on to implement SEP and forget about the rest of the products.  I'd highly recommend reading up on all of the products you are seemingly licensed for, to see if these can contribute to the security of your environment.

As you've got the licenses, why not use them?

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Dushan Gomez's picture

Yes,

That's what I'm asking in this forum, because I can download the component in the fileconnect website, so I can safely assume that I can use the product.

Dushan Gomez
IT Manager
VCP 4 and 5 | MCITP Exchange Server | MCTS SharePoint Server | MCP Windows XP