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Immunenet possibly quarantining Endpoint updates.

Created: 01 Apr 2013 • Updated: 02 Apr 2013 | 9 comments
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Hi there.

 

I was wondering if Immunenet had quantined files used by endpoint.

 

Are these files related to endpoint?

 

C:\WINDOWS\temp\TMPF2.tmp
C:\WINDOWS\temp\TMPC9E.tmp

 

Thanks.

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.Brian's picture

Tough to say as they are only temp files. When does the quarantining happen? Is anything going on with SEP when it occurs? Install? Repair?

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gargal's picture

I'm not sure.  It's possibly after a full scan.

 

These are the times that they occured:

 

2013-03-31 05:15:35

2013-03-25 05:24:42

 

That they were both at similar times, and when it was unlikely that the PC would otherwise be in use, made me think that it could be related to Endpoint.

 

Thanks for the reply.

.Brian's picture

SEP will write to the temp directory during an install/removal. Was an install/removal being done or was SEP already on the system?

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gargal's picture

No.  Nothing like that.  It was just running, and has been installed for a while now.

.Brian's picture

My guess is everything should be fine than. If SEP is working as normal or you don't notice any issues than I wouldn't worry about it. Those are not key SEP files.

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Chetan Savade's picture

Hi,

I am agree with Brian81, SEP will write to the temp folder while doing an install/removal & these are not key files.

 

Chetan Savade
Sr Technical Support Engineer, Endpoint Security
Enterprise Technical Support
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