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Virus definition revision on Live Update server

Created: 22 Apr 2013 • Updated: 24 Apr 2013 | 6 comments
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How do i check which definition revision is now available on my live update server?

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W007's picture


Try this..

To configure a LiveUpdate Content policy

  1. In the "Overview" pane, in the "Policy name" box, accept or change the "Policy name" and "Description."
  2. In the "LiveUpdate Content" pane, click Security Definitions.
  3. In the "Security Definitions" pane, check the updates to download and install, and uncheck the updates to disallow.
  4. For each update type, do one of the following actions:
    • To always get the most recent updates, check Use latest available.
    • To control which version of the updates clients receive, check Select a revision.

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consoleadmin's picture

It available in the SEPM Home page

Latest from Symantec: 03/28/2013 r25
Latest on Manager: 03/28/2013 r25


SameerU's picture


Check at the SEPM home page


honey_jack's picture

Check on Server Console Home page

Latest from Symantec - Will reflect the Defintion which are latest available on SYmantec.

Latest on Manager - Will reflect the Defintion which are latest available on your SEPM Server.

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Honey Jack

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Mick2009's picture

Hi Darshan,

If you mean an internal LiveUpdate Administrator 2.x, it's pretty difficult to determine.  There's currently no page where you can tell at a glance which definition sequence is available in the various Distribution Centers and in the Manage Updates folder.   You may wish to support this "Idea:"

LiveUpdate Administrator 2.x - Improved Update Management

If LUA is running download and distribution tasks for SEP every 4 hours though, you can be sure it will always have the latest Multiple Daily Definitions available.   (New defs are available for SEP three times a day during the week, with one set on the weekend days).

Hope this helps!


With thanks and best regards,