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Introduction This is the seventh of an informal series on how to keep your enterprise environment secure using often-overlooked capabilities of Symantec Endpoint Protection (and the OS upon which it functions). The first article, Using ...
Article by Mick2009 | 26 Feb 2015 | 1 comment
FAQ Scanning of network drives Q. Does an Administrator-Defined Scan scan the mapped network drives? A. No, it does not. However, if a file located on the network drive is run locally on the client computer and loaded in the ...
Article by Shulk | 20 Feb 2015 | 4 comments
This article is the seventh installment in an on-going series of articles on how to utilize SEP 12.1 for Incident Response. Links to the previous six are below: How to utilize SEP 12.1 for Incident Response - PART 1 How to utilize ...
Article by Brɨan | 15 Feb 2015 | 2 comments
Note: This is based on SEPM v12.1.5 console. Your SEPM installation is running smoothly. There are no alerts going off from the Home page of the SEPM console. You sit back, feeling very pleased about how they are running. Then all of sudden ...
Article by Tony Sutton | 28 Jan 2015 | 0 comments
You’ve installed & set up the SEPM console. You’ve also deployed the SEP clients to PCs across the network. The job is done… or so you thought. While it can ‘run’ itself most of the time, there are some thing you will have to monitor the health of ...
Article by Tony Sutton | 13 Jan 2015 | 8 comments
This article is the sixth installment in an on-going series of articles on how to utilize SEP 12.1 for Incident Response. Links to the previous five are below: How to utilize SEP 12.1 for Incident Response - PART 1 How to utilize ...
Article by Brɨan | 03 Jan 2015 | 4 comments
A. Take a Backup of Database OR Follow the Disaster Recovery Steps for 12.1  http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH160736   B. Symantec Endpoint Protection – How to cleanup excessive disk usage  This ...
Article by Amit.eu | 22 Dec 2014 | 2 comments
How to move SEPM from C drive to x drive :  The best course of action in this situation would be to run a disaster recovery on the SEPM, and reinstall SEPM directly on another drive.  Here are the steps for your reference: 1. Disaster ...
Article by Amit.eu | 05 Dec 2014 | 0 comments
With the release of 12.1.5337.5003 you can now manage the Linux client from the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager (SEPM). You are now able to configure these exclusions from the SEP Manager, via an Exceptions policy. However if you still need to use ...
Article by DSOLO | 04 Dec 2014 | 0 comments
Often times we deploy SEP 12.1 to clients and assume the components are functioning correctly. While the majority of the time this is true, it never hurts to spot check clients to ensure they're working as expected. Below are tests you can run for ...
Article by Brɨan | 25 Nov 2014 | 10 comments