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[COLOR=#6699ff][SIZE=7]Symantec Endpoint Protection v.11[/SIZE][/COLOR]

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[COLOR=#6699ff][SIZE=5]Installer Details and Features[/SIZE][/COLOR]
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[COLOR=#f68a00]*[/COLOR] [COLOR=#6699ff]Main Program and Additional Tools[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#f68a00]*[/COLOR] [COLOR=#6699ff]Indept Readme and Installation Instructions[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#f68a00]* [/COLOR][COLOR=#6699ff]Symantec Endpoint Protection Data Sheet in PDF format[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#f68a00]*[/COLOR] [COLOR=#6699ff]Direct Link to the Symantec Endpoint Web Site[/COLOR]

[COLOR=green][SIZE=5]* This can be ran as a single executable or it can be Burned to Disk an autorun.inf file is included[/SIZE][/COLOR]

[COLOR=#6699ff]Installation Music:[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#6699ff]Artist:[/COLOR] [COLOR=#eeeeee]Kutluss[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#6699ff]Album:[/COLOR] [COLOR=#eeeeee]The Chronicles of Narnia[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#6699ff]Song Title:[/COLOR] [COLOR=#eeeeee]More Than It Seems[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#6699ff]Track Number:[/COLOR] [COLOR=#eeeeee]10[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#6699ff]Year:[/COLOR] [COLOR=#eeeeee]2005[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#6699ff]Genre:[/COLOR] [COLOR=#eeeeee]Soundtrack[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#6699ff]Length:[/COLOR] [COLOR=#eeeeee]00:03:20[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#6699ff]Bit Rate:[/COLOR] [COLOR=#eeeeee]128kbps[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#6699ff]Format:[/COLOR] [COLOR=#eeeeee]WMA[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#6699ff]Size:[/COLOR] [COLOR=#eeeeee]3.08 MB[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#6699ff]Publisher:[/COLOR] [COLOR=#eeeeee]EMI[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#6699ff]Composers:[/COLOR] [COLOR=#eeeeee]Aaron Sprinkle, Jon Micah Sumrall[/COLOR]

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[SIZE=5][COLOR=#6699ff]Installer Images[/COLOR][/SIZE]
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[COLOR=#6699ff][SIZE=5]Product Details[/SIZE][/COLOR]
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[COLOR=#eeeeee]Symantec Endpoint Protection 11.0 combines Symantec AntiVirus with advanced threat prevention to deliver unmatched defense against malware for laptops, desktops and servers. It seamlessly integrates essential security technologies in a single agent and management console, increasing protection and helping lower total cost of ownership.[/COLOR]
[COLOR=#6699ff]Key Features[/COLOR]
[COLOR=#eeeeee]Seamlessly integrates essential technologies such as antivirus, antispyware, firewall, intrusion prevention, device and application control.
Requires only a single agent that is managed by a single management console.
Provides unmatched endpoint protection from the market leader in endpoint security.
Enables instant NAC upgrade without additional software deployment for each endpoint.[/COLOR]
[COLOR=#6699ff]Key Benefits[/COLOR]
[COLOR=#eeeeee]Stops malware such as viruses, worms, Trojans, spyware, adware, bots, zero-day threats and rootkits.
Prevents security outbreaks thus reducing administrative overhead.
Lowers total cost of ownership for endpoint security.[/COLOR]

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[COLOR=#6699ff][SIZE=5]Product Images[/SIZE][/COLOR]
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[SIZE=5][COLOR=red]Please review this document in its entirety before you install or roll out Symantec Endpoint Protection, or call for technical support. It contains information that is not included in the Symantec Endpoint Protection documentation or the online Help. The below document is only a small part, the Whole Document is included in download.[/COLOR][/SIZE]

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[COLOR=#6699ff][SIZE=5]TABLE OF CONTENTS[/SIZE][/COLOR]

[COLOR=#eeeeee]This document contains the following sections:[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#6699ff]*[/COLOR] [COLOR=#eeeeee]System requirements[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#6699ff]*[/COLOR] [COLOR=#eeeeee]Installation and uninstallation[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#6699ff]*[/COLOR] [COLOR=#eeeeee]Migration[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#6699ff]*[/COLOR] [COLOR=#eeeeee]Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#6699ff]*[/COLOR] [COLOR=#eeeeee]Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager policy[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#6699ff]*[/COLOR] [COLOR=#eeeeee]Symantec Endpoint Protection client[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#6699ff]*[/COLOR] [COLOR=#eeeeee]Documentation[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#6699ff]*[/COLOR] [COLOR=#eeeeee]Third-party Issues[/COLOR]

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[COLOR=#6699ff][SIZE=5]SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS[/SIZE][/COLOR]
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[COLOR=#6699ff]Latest information about supported operating systems[/COLOR]
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[COLOR=#eeeeee]After the product release, system requirements might change due to changes in supported operating systems, such as a service pack release. To view the latest system requirements, see the Symantec Technical Support Knowledge Base at the following URL:[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#6699ff]Symantec Technical Support Knowledge Base[/COLOR]

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[COLOR=#6699ff][SIZE=5]INSTALLATION AND UNINSTALLATION[/SIZE][/COLOR]
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[COLOR=#6699ff]Auto-upgrades might not start for up to four hours[/COLOR]
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[COLOR=#eeeeee]You can import an installation package into Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager and assign the package to a group. After you assign the package, the auto-upgrade process might take up to four hours to begin updating clients in the group.

To force the auto-upgrade process to start immediately, run LiveUpdate on the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager. Although LiveUpdate might not download new content, LiveUpdate forces the auto-upgrade package to generate and begin updating the clients.
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[COLOR=#6699ff]Installing the client with the cache on or off[/COLOR]
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[COLOR=#eeeeee]You can install the client with the cache on or off. If you install the client with the cache on, you can also specify a custom location.

To install with the cache off, use the following MSI command:[/COLOR]

[COLOR=green]msiexec /i "MSI FILE" CACHEINSTALL=0[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#eeeeee]To install with the cache on (default) and to specify a custom location for the install cache, use the following MSI command:[/COLOR]

[COLOR=green]msiexec /i "MSI FILE" CACHEINSTALL=1 CACHED_INSTALLS="cache location"[/COLOR]

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[COLOR=#6699ff]BEST PRACTICE: Deploy silent installation packages on computers that run Microsoft Vista or Windows 2008 Server[/COLOR]
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[COLOR=#eeeeee]When you add installation packages to a group or export installation packages, you can select the Interactive mode (feature) so that users can interact with the installation or upgrade. However, interactive installations fail on the following operating systems:[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#eeeeee]- 32-bit or 64-bit Windows 2008 Core
- 32-bit or 64-bit Windows 2008 Full
- 64-bit Windows Vista, Service Pack 0 or 1[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#f68a00]For these operating systems you must use silent or unattended installation packages.[/COLOR]

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[COLOR=#6699ff]Interactive and some unattended installation types trigger Windows Vista user prompts[/COLOR]
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[COLOR=#eeeeee]On 32-bit Windows Vista (Service Pack 0 or Service Pack 1), when you remotely deploy Symantec client software, such as with the Push Deployment Wizard, the interactive and some unattended installation types trigger Windows Vista user prompts. The first user prompt appears as "A program can't display a message on your desktop." To complete the installation, users must select "Show me the message," click through the Symantec client installation prompts, and then automatically log off of Vista before the installation completes. When the user logs on again, the user selects "Show me the message" again, and the client installation completes.

The Vista user prompts appear during the following upgrade scenarios:

- Using a Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager exported package marked as Interactive

- Using a Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager or a Migration and Deployment Wizard exported package marked as Unattended AFTER an Interactive package was attempted (and stopped or canceled).

- Using the console's auto-upgrade feature and a pre-installation check failed or a pending restart is needed.

- Using an incorrect or pre-installation checked and blocked package on the following operating systems:
-> 64-bit package on 32-bit system
-> 32-bit package on 64-bit system

- Using an incorrect or pre-installation checked and blocked package for the following reasons:
-> Pending restart needed
-> Symantec Network Access Control during migration from legacy Symantec client software

The Vista prompts do not appear during the following upgrade scenarios:

- When you choose the silent installation type for all Vista remote deployments
- When you choose an unattended installation type that does not fail a pre-installation check
- When you deploy unmanaged software from a client software CD installation directory, which is an interactive installation type. The deployment acts as a silent installation type.

BEST PRACTICE: Deploy silent client installation packages to Microsoft Vista operating systems.[/COLOR]

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[COLOR=#6699ff]BEST PRACTICE: Do not install Network Threat Protection on client computers that currently run third-party firewalls.[/COLOR]
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[COLOR=red]Do not install Network Threat Protection on client computers that currently run third-party firewalls. Two firewalls that run on one computer at the same time can drain resources, and the firewalls might have rules that conflict with each other. Third-party firewalls include Microsoft ISA firewall and Windows Firewall.[/COLOR]

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[COLOR=#6699ff]About the auto-upgrade process[/COLOR]
[COLOR=#f68a00]-------------------------------[/COLOR]
[COLOR=#eeeeee]Auto-upgrade is the term used to describe the process of adding a new client installation package to a group. When you add a new installation package to a group, the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager automatically upgrades the clients in the group to the new version of the client software. You can add new client packages to groups from both the Clients and Admin pages in the console.

Note: You must restart client computers at least once since the last installation before you use auto-upgrade. For example, if you upgraded the client computers to Maintenance Release 1, you must reboot the computers before you auto-upgrade the computers to Maintenance Release 2.

The auto-upgrade process uses mdef25builder.exe on the computer that runs the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager. This process creates the smallest possible upgrade package. You can see mdef25builder.exe running in the Task Manager during the auto-upgrade process.

It takes mdef25builder five or more minutes to appear in the Task Manager once you add a new package to a group. The auto-upgrade processing time on the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager takes a minimum of 30 minutes when you add a new package for the first time. Subsequent package additions to other groups do not take this long if the clients in the group run the same legacy software. When mdef25builder.exe disappears from the Task Manager, the package downloads to clients in a minute or more if you do not specify a schedule. If you specify a schedule, the package downloads to clients according to the schedule.

To verify that a package is downloading to clients, look for the \Program Files\Symantec\Symantec Endpoint Protection\Download folder to appear and be populated with either a .dax or .zip file. When the file disappears, the upgrade process is starting on the clients. The process can take 10 or more minutes.[/COLOR]

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[COLOR=#6699ff]Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager auto-upgrade feature no longer fails for localized languages[/COLOR]
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[COLOR=#eeeeee]Prior to Maintenance Release 1, the Symantec Endpoint Protection client would receive localized product updates but fail to process them. This behavior was fixed in Maintenance Release 1.

If you are auto-upgrading from a version prior to Maintenance Release 1, you can force an update of the localized package.[/COLOR]

[COLOR=red]Warning: This change applies the package to all clients in the group for all languages. When using this workaround, we recommend that you put different language clients in different groups. For example, you would have one group for French clients, another group for Spanish clients, and so on.[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#eeeeee]Note: If you use a localized Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager to upgrade a Symantec Endpoint Protection client that uses the same language, you must perform steps 1 through 5 before you install the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager.[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#6699ff]To apply a localized product update[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#6699ff]1.[/COLOR] [COLOR=#eeeeee]Insert CD1 from Maintenance Release 2 for your language.[/COLOR]
[COLOR=#6699ff]2.[/COLOR] [COLOR=#eeeeee]Browse to the SEPM\PACKAGES folder.[/COLOR]
[COLOR=#6699ff]3.[/COLOR] [COLOR=#eeeeee]Open the SAV32.info or SAV64.info file with a text editor.[/COLOR]
[COLOR=#6699ff]4.[/COLOR] [COLOR=#eeeeee]Change the "ClientLanguage" setting in the update file to English. For
example, change ClientLanguage="French" to ClientLanguage="English".[/COLOR]
[COLOR=#6699ff]5.[/COLOR] [COLOR=#eeeeee]Save and close the .info file. [/COLOR]
[COLOR=#6699ff]6.[/COLOR] [COLOR=#eeeeee]Open the Symantec Endpoint Protection Console.[/COLOR]
[COLOR=#6699ff]7.[/COLOR] [COLOR=#eeeeee]On the Admin page, click Install Packages, and then click Add Client Install
Package.[/COLOR]
[COLOR=#6699ff]8.[/COLOR] [COLOR=#eeeeee]In the Add Client Install Package dialog box, type in a name and optional
description, and then click Browse.[/COLOR]
[COLOR=#6699ff]9.[/COLOR] [COLOR=#eeeeee]Browse to the modified .info file, select the file, and then click Select.[/COLOR]
[COLOR=#6699ff]10.[/COLOR] [COLOR=#eeeeee]Click OK.[/COLOR]
[COLOR=#6699ff]11.[/COLOR] [COLOR=#eeeeee]Under Tasks, click Upgrade Groups with Package.[/COLOR]
[COLOR=#6699ff]12.[/COLOR] [COLOR=#eeeeee]Click Next.[/COLOR]
[COLOR=#6699ff]13.[/COLOR] [COLOR=#eeeeee]Select the new client install package from the drop down list box, then
click Next.[/COLOR]
[COLOR=#6699ff]14.[/COLOR] [COLOR=#eeeeee]Check the groups that you want to upgrade, then click Next.[/COLOR]
[COLOR=#6699ff]15.[/COLOR] [COLOR=#eeeeee]Choose whether clients should download the client package from the
management server or from a URL, then click Next.[/COLOR]
[COLOR=#6699ff]16.[/COLOR] [COLOR=#eeeeee]Click Finish.[/COLOR]

[COLOR=red]This workaround is only required to deploy to clients that run the release of
Symantec Endpoint Protection prior to Maintenance Release 1.[/COLOR]

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[COLOR=#6699ff]Restart prompt appears if you use the REBOOT=suppress MSI command to install client packages that are configured with the restart option disabled[/COLOR]
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[COLOR=#eeeeee]The restart prompt appears after installation if you install client packages configured with the reboot option disabled and you use the following MSI command:[/COLOR]

[COLOR=green]msiexec /i "Symantec AntiVirus.msi" REBOOT=suppress[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#eeeeee]To make sure the reboot option does not appear after installation, use setup.exe instead to install the client packages or use the following MSI command:[/COLOR]

[COLOR=green]msiexec /i "Symantec AntiVirus.msi" REBOOT=ReallySuppress[/COLOR]

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[COLOR=#6699ff]Starting MSP from a command window when you upgrade 32-bit client computers causes a message to appear that instructs you to close the cmd.exe application [/COLOR]
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[COLOR=#eeeeee]When you upgrade client computers by running the Windows MSP executable from a command window, the installer displays a message that instructs you to close the cmd.exe application and click Retry. This message appears on the Core Server installations of Windows Server 2008.

When the message appears, close the command window, and then click Retry to continue with the upgrade.[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#eeeeee]Note: This message also appears on 32-bit client computers that run other Windows operating systems if any command window is open when you upgrade.[/COLOR]

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[COLOR=#6699ff]When you export a Maintenance Release 2 client install package to Symantec AntiVirus 10.x clients, the clients become unmanaged[/COLOR]
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[COLOR=#eeeeee]When you deploy a default client install package to a Symantec Antivirus 10.x client, the default sylink.xml file is installed, which makes the client unmanaged.

To fix this problem, instead of using the default settings for the package, create custom installation settings. On the Admin page, click Install Packages. Under View Install Packages, click Client Install Settings. Click Add Client Install Settings. In the Client Install Settings dialog box, specify a name for the settings and uncheck "Remove all previous logs and policies, and reset the client-server communications settings".

You can use these settings when you export the package to the Symantec AntiVirus 10.x clients. In the Export Package dialog box, under Installation Settings and Features, select the custom settings that you created. When you export the package, the package contains the correct sylink.xml file for the clients.[/COLOR]

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[COLOR=#6699ff]Scheduled automatic upgrades fail when upgrading previous versions of Symantec Endpoint Protection to Maintenance Release 2[/COLOR]
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[COLOR=#eeeeee]When you upgrade clients to Maintenance Release 2 by adding a new client install package to a group, and the clients in the group run previous versions of Symantec Endpoint Protection, you should turn off scheduling. Scheduling is on by default when you add a new client install package to a group. If scheduling is turned on, the upgrade fails. To turn off scheduling, in the Add Client Install Package dialog box, uncheck Upgrade Schedule.[/COLOR]

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[COLOR=#6699ff]When you use auto-upgrade, you must upgrade the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager to Maintenance Release 2 before you import and deploy Maintenance Release 2 client packages[/COLOR]
[COLOR=#f68a00]-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------[/COLOR]
[COLOR=#eeeeee]If you import Maintenance Release 2 client packages by using a Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager that runs Maintenance Release 1 (prior to upgrading to MR2), the auto-upgrade fails for Maintenance Release 1 clients. To resolve this issue, upgrade the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager to Maintenance Release 2 before you import or try to deploy Maintenance Release 2 client packages by using auto-upgrade.[/COLOR]

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[COLOR=#6699ff]Using a Web server to auto-upgrade clients from Maintenance Release 1 to Maintenance Release 2[/COLOR]
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[COLOR=#eeeeee]To complete the URL auto-upgrade of clients from Maintenance Release 1 to Maintenance Release 2, you should follow the steps here.[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#eeeeee]Note: The client computers must be restarted at least once since the last installation prior to this upgrade.[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#6699ff]1.[/COLOR] [COLOR=#eeeeee]To ensure the Web server auto-upgrade starts in a timely fashion, temporarily set the heartbeat interval to a low number. In the console, click Clients, then select the group. On the Policies tab, click Communications Settings > Heartbeat Interval.[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#eeeeee]You can change the heartbeat interval after the auto-upgrade finishes for all the clients.[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#6699ff]2.[/COLOR] [COLOR=#eeeeee]Add the client package to the group.[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#6699ff]3.[/COLOR] [COLOR=#eeeeee]In the Add Client Install Package dialog box, enter the URL. Make sure you export the latest package to a single executable, which will be named setup.exe automatically. For example, the URL might look like the following:[/COLOR]

[COLOR=green]http://192.168.1.118/setup.exe or http://mywebsite.com/setup.exe[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#6699ff]4.[/COLOR] [COLOR=#eeeeee]Disable the Upgrade Schedule option since it does not work for upgrades to Maintenance Release 2.[/COLOR]

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[COLOR=#6699ff]Successfully installing Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager on SQL Server 2005 64-bit edition[/COLOR]
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[COLOR=#eeeeee]If you install Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager and select to install a database on Microsoft SQL Server 2005 64-bit edition, the installer does not correctly locate the file named bcp.exe. The Management Server Configuration Wizard looks for bcp.exe in the directory named %SystemDrive?=%\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\90 \Tools\Binn. This directory is correct for Microsoft SQL Server 2005 32-bit edition, but is incorrect for the 64-bit edition.[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#eeeeee]The correct directory, which you must manually type, is[/COLOR] [COLOR=green]%SystemDrive%\Program Files\Microsoft+ SQL Server\90\Tools\Binn. For example, C:\Program Files\Microsoft+ SQL Server \90\Tools\binn.[/COLOR]

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[COLOR=#6699ff]Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager requires TCP port 9090 by default[/COLOR]
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[COLOR=#eeeeee]By default, the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager uses TCP port 9090 for communication with remote Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager Consoles and management communication with client systems. If other software listens on this port, you cannot remotely connect to the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager Console. The port conflict also affects management communication with client systems. If you must run the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager Console on a computer that also requires other software that uses TCP port 9090, you can use the Management Server Configuration Wizard to specify a different port number for the Web console port.[/COLOR]

[COLOR=#eeeeee]Note that the wizard automatically sets the port to 9090 if you select Simple mode the first time you run the wizard. To change the port number after installation, you must run the Management Server Configuration Wizard and select the Reconfigure server option.[/COLOR]

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[COLOR=#6699ff]Clearing the file cache after updating the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager[/COLOR]
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[COLOR=#eeeeee]Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager caches and uses some php files in the temporary Internet files directory. If you update the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager by installing it over a previous version, these cached files are not refreshed with potentially new php files. As a result, after the installation is complete, be sure to clear the Internet Explorer Temporary Files folder before you log onto the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager. You can delete temporary Internet files in Internet Explorer 6 by clicking Delete Files under the Temporary Internet files group box on the General tab of the Internet Explorer Tools > Internet Options menu. In Internet Explorer 7, click Delete under Browsing History.[/COLOR]

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[COLOR=#6699ff]Updating Host Integrity templates with LiveUpdate[/COLOR]
[COLOR=#f68a00]--------------------------------------------------------------------------------[/COLOR]
[COLOR=#eeeeee]After upgrading Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager to Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager with Symantec Network Access Control, LiveUpdate does not automatically update the Host Integrity templates. To update the templates, you must explicitly check the Host Integrity templates check box in the Content Types to Download dialog box in the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager Console. In the console, click Admin, and then click Servers. Under View Servers, select a site, and then click Site Properties. Click the LiveUpdate tab, and then click Change Selection in the Content Types to Download group box.[/COLOR]

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[COLOR=#6699ff]Symantec Endpoint Protection compatibility with Norton Confidential[/COLOR]
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[COLOR=#eeeeee]Symantec Endpoint Protection does not work properly when Norton Confidential is installed on the same computer. If Symantec Endpoint Protection is installed first, Norton Confidential does not install and is blocked. If Norton Confidential is installed first, Symantec Endpoint Protection does install. If you install both software programs on the same computer, Symantec Endpoint Protection does not properly process the application whitelist. Proactive Threat Protection uses the application whitelist, which contains signatures for applications that are permitted to run on the client computer.[/COLOR]

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[COLOR=#6699ff]Lotus Notes and Microsoft Outlook email protection are not installed by default when using the CD to install[/COLOR]
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[COLOR=#eeeeee]If Lotus Notes or Microsoft Outlook is not installed and running on the client computer, Antivirus and Antispyware email protection for Lotus Notes or Microsoft Outlook is not installed when you install Symantec Endpoint Protection from the CD. To install Lotus Notes or Microsoft Outlook email protection, customize the installation and check the email program that you want to protect.

If Lotus Notes or Microsoft Outlook is installed and running on the client computer, then Antivirus and Antispyware email protection for Lotus Notes or Microsoft Outlook is automatically installed. Internet Email protection is never installed on server operating systems for performance reasons.[/COLOR]

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[COLOR=#6699ff]Antivirus protection installation files for Linux[/COLOR]
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[COLOR=#eeeeee]Symantec AntiVirus protection installation files for Linux are included on the supplementary installation CD. The installation files are located in the folder named SAVFL, which includes installation and user documentation. Symantec AntiVirus for Linux is supported in unmanaged mode only.[/COLOR]

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[COLOR=#6699ff]LiveUpdate Server installation to DBCS-named directories is not supported[/COLOR]
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[COLOR=#eeeeee]LiveUpdate Server installation in directories that contain the double-byte character set (DBCS) is not supported. If you install LiveUpdate Server in a directory that contains double-byte characters, LiveUpdate Server does not work properly. Installing LiveUpdate Server to a DBCS directory indicates a customized installation path. If you install LiveUpdate Server to the default path on a DBCS operating system, LiveUpdate Server works properly.[/COLOR]

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[COLOR=#6699ff]Uninstalling Symantec Endpoint Protection Managers that replicate[/COLOR]
[COLOR=#f68a00]-----------------------------------------------------------------[/COLOR]
[COLOR=#eeeeee]If you try to uninstall the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager that is set up for replication, first disable replication. Then, restart the computer on which you want to uninstall Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager, and perform the uninstallation.

If you try to uninstall the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager that was replicating and you receive a log file error, cancel the uninstallation, restart the computer, and then uninstall the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager.[/COLOR]

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[COLOR=#6699ff]Uninstalling Symantec Endpoint Protection with Remote Desktop from Vista to Vista is not supported[/COLOR]
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[COLOR=#eeeeee]If you use Remote Desktop on a computer that runs Microsoft Vista to uninstall Symantec Endpoint Protection on a computer that runs Windows Vista, the uninistallation does not work.

If you try the uninstallation from a computer that runs Microsoft Vista, a Microsoft Vista restart prompt appears, due to a pending change. If you restart Microsoft Vista and try to uninstall Symantec Endpoint Protection again, the Microsoft Vista restart prompt appears again, due to a pending change.

To work around this problem, you can uninstall Symantec Endpoint Protection from a computer that runs Windows XP. For example, you can start a Remote Desktop session from a computer that runs Windows XP and log on to a computer that runs Microsoft Vista and Symantec Endpoint Protection. You can then uninstall Symantec Endpoint Protection successfully.
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[COLOR=#6699ff]Uninstalling Symantec Network Access Control[/COLOR]
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[COLOR=#eeeeee]Before you can successfully uninstall Symantec Network Access Control, you must restart the computer on which you installed Symantec Network Access Control at least once. If you do not restart the computer, the uninstallation fails.

If you tried to uninstall Symantec Network Access Control without restarting the computer, the uninstallation process partially completes. To uninstall Symantec Network Access Control, you must reinstall Symantec Network Access Control, restart the computer, and then uninstall Symantec Network Access Control.[/COLOR]

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[COLOR=#6699ff]Upgrading Symantec Endpoint Protection to Maintenance Release 2 [/COLOR]
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[COLOR=#eeeeee]If the client packages do not install properly on some client computers, try upgrading the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager to Maintenance Release 2.[/COLOR]

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