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stebro | 26 May 2009 | 2 comments

The Symantec Endpoint Protection Integration Component 7.0 provides integration between the Symantec Management Platform 7 and Symantec Endpoint Protection 11.

Features include:

Antivirus Inventory

Identifies installed endpoint security products from Symantec, McAfee, Trend, Sophos, CA, F-Secure, Kaspersky, and ESET
Details on Symantec Endpoint Protection client
Symantec Endpoint Protection Client Migration Job

Task based uninstall, restart, and Symantec Endpoint Protection Installation
Tasks can be customized for and blended with any Task Server task
Symantec Endpoint Protection Client Tasks

Full and Quick Virus Scans
Update virus definition and other security content
Repair Symantec Endpoint Protection client
Reporting

Antivirus summary
Computers with Tamper Protection enabled
Migration details including installation failure feedback
Benefits include:

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Gina Sheibley | 18 May 2009 | 1 comment

One of the keys to keeping a small business up and running is protecting critical information safe from potential spyware, malware and spam threats. Small businesses need an easy, reliable, cost-effective way to make sure their important data is secure and available. In today’s environment of exponential data growth and more sophisticated threats, protection requires more than just antivirus.

Security threats are increasing in complexity and number, and many are now designed to target specific information while also evading detection by a single security mechanism such as antivirus. And many of today’s attacks do not discriminate based on the size of the company. In addition to this the volume of information small businesses must protect continues to expand.

A multi-faceted suite that provides protection and backup and recovery capabilities will allow small businesses to protect the information that drives their businesses.

Current malware...

Nirav Mistry | 14 May 2009 | 2 comments

When ever there is problem with the liveudpate not downloading the defnintions and you come across the error codes (e.g LU1835) which might not mean any thing to you, well below is the information which will help you to determine what exactly those numbers means.

1800 The operation was successful or the patch installed successful
1801 The user pressed the Cancel button or some other process (callback) told LiveUpdate to Cancel.
1802 COM Initialization failed (CoInitialize() function comes back as failed.) - We display a Windows Message Box at the start of LiveUpdate processing, before we create LuComServer.exe and before we create the normal UI.
1803 Our generic error code that we use when we don't know what happened or we don't try to get any extended error information.
1804 We didn't have enough system memory available to declare some object.
1805 There are no registered products in the Product Catalog.
1806 All downloaded patches...

Gina Sheibley | 12 May 2009 | 1 comment

Direct Agents, a New York city-based advertising agency with 40 employees, is in a small majority of SMBs that have implemented an effective security system. An April 2009 Symantec survey on the storage and security in small and mid-sized businesses found that while SMBs are familiar with cyber risks and have clearly defined goals for security and storage, a surprisingly high number (33%) have yet to take even the most basic steps towards protecting their businesses, such as implementing antivirus or backing up their data.

As an advertising agency focused on interactive, online media, Direct Agents employees spend their workdays visiting websites and reading email that other companies might consider suspect. For that reason, protection at Direct Agents needs to occur at each individual computer. Because the company...

Nirav Mistry | 12 May 2009 | 2 comments

ISSUE
• Clients not communicating with Symantec endpoint protection manager.
• Server offline under help & support troubleshooting.
CAUSE
• The traffic on IIS port is been blocked by windows firewall.
SOLUTION
• Check the IIS port for Symantec Web Server.
• Create a firewall rule to allow traffic on port used by Symantec web server.
• Usually in windows 2008 server the traffic on port 80 would be allowed.
• If Symantec endpoint protection manager is installed on custom web site with some different port the communication will be blocked.
 

Kedar Mohile | 11 May 2009 | 3 comments

100 Series Informational - These status codes indicate a provisional response. The client should be prepared to receive one or more 1xx responses before receiving a regular response.
100 Continue.
101 Switching protocols.
Description
200 Series Success - This class of status codes indicates that the server successfully accepted the client request.
200 Okay - The client request has succeeded This status code indicates that the Web server has successfully processed the request
201 Created.
202 Accepted.
203 Non-authoritative information.
204 No content.
205 Reset content.
206 Partial content.

300 Series Redirection - The client browser must take more action to fulfill the request. For example, the browser may have to request a different page on the server or repeat the request by using a proxy server.
302 Object moved.
304 Not modified. The client requests a document that is already in its cache and...

Nel Ramos | 07 May 2009 | 25 comments

Hi Team,

Although we are fortunate to have generous gurus in the field of Symantec AV, still many of us here in this forum needs additional support to master our trade, IT Security.
We need additional information and data that would satisfy our constant thirst for knowledge.
I felt that a blog where we could put all Symantec videos, wether trainings or interviews from the masters could help us to accomplish this feat.

Let's use this blog to help others gain more thru learning.
Being a new member in this forum, This helped me to gain a third of what I know about Symantec through the generous thoughs of our fellow members and advisers.
I also notice that many members in Symantec Connect requests for learning videos.
Why not have a blog that links to them.
Let me start by including this link in the blog.

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mon_raralio | 06 May 2009 | 13 comments

Monitoring for virus coming from the Internet would really help in preventing infections, at least on the entry-point where a client accesses a malicious website.
My first step would be to get the reports from the SAV or SEP reporter. The file would contain information on the infection particularly the path where the infection was detected.
Internet files would be stored in C:\Documents and Settings\username\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files

Take note of the computer name, the username, and the time of infection.

I'm using Internet Explorer History Viewer and checking the remote PCs visited sites (assuming that the user hasn't yet deleted the history) and cross checking the sites visited at the time of infection.
The application shows the history in html table format so it's easy to see the sites visited.

I also use Norton Safe Web to get additional details on the website that was visited....

skjordansk | 30 Apr 2009 | 8 comments

I would believe that the first step to resolving a LiveUpdate issue is to upgrade it to the latest version using this link:

http://service1.symantec.com/Support/sharedtech.ns...

I would like to know people's thoughts on this. The idea is to not spend 15 minutes troubleshooting the issue, since the update may resolve it to being with. Besides, having the latest version of LiveUpdate will prevent any future errors from occuring.

riva11 | 30 Apr 2009 | 9 comments

I'd like to share an interesting application that allows to uninstall dozens of different antivirus programs from a computer system.
It can help for example in case you have to remove an antivirus applications in case of errors during removal or when you need to replace a security application with another .

The AppRemover program is a portable software , free for your personal, non-commercial, use.

Supported Operating Systems :
Windows 2000, 2003, XP (32 / 64 bit), Vista (32 / 64 bit), 2008, Windows 7 beta

Antivirus & Antispyware Applications removed : Support Charts 

Link : AppRemover