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SEPM definitions outdated

Created: 07 May 2014 • Updated: 07 May 2014 | 7 comments
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Yesterday is checked definitions on one of my clients and i noticed they were outdated and almost a week old.
I checked my SEPM and the definitions were outdated there also.

Manually i launched live update on my SEPM and i loaded the new definitions without any problem, however today my SEPM definitions is one day older then definitions @ Symantec so i dont think my servers are updating automatically.

A kopple of days back i had a crash on my second SEPM server that does load balancing with my main SEPM server.
Can anyone assist me with restoring my automatic live updates? Im running SEPM 12.1.4013.4013



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levd's picture

I think i found the issue, anyone knows how this can happen:


chin_aust's picture

Check it

The Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager does not update virus definitions successfully through LiveUpdate
Article:TECH183178  | Created: 2012-03-07  | Updated: 2014-04-23  | Article URL

levd's picture

This is not the issue it worked fine for a long time, i dont use proxy servers.

James007's picture

Please follow this

Next Liveupdate Time shows a previous date than the Last Liveupdate Time.
Article:TECH193870  | Created: 2012-07-27  | Updated: 2014-04-21  | Article URL

Next Liveupdate Time shows a previous date than the Last Liveupdate Time

James007's picture

You can change the setting as per above articles and check sepm automatic update or not

levd's picture

I fixed it. Seems like my second SEPM server that crashed for a kopple of days, consumed about 80GB HD space ( for updates ) so ran out of HD space.
I reserved more space for this server and now SEPM is updating again and show a good next update date.

Thanks for the help.