The VDTM is a fully automated solution for virus definitions distribution, and is enabled by default between servers and their managed clients.
With the VDTM, it is only necessary to update one server in order to update all computers in the network.
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If you plan to run on a computer that is not the Primary Server, skip to the section "To modify to run from a computer that is not the Primary Server." To copy files into the VPHOME share, change the share permissions to allow access (Full Control) to the account that Cegetter is running under.
Before you begin: If you are using an earlier version of Symantec Anti Virus Corporate Edition, read the following document: TECH100047 - How to update virus definitions for Symantec Anti Virus Corporate Edition 8.x and 9.x.
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I'm keeping tabs on a remote sever that is running Symantec Anti Virus Corporate Server 10.1.7.7001.
About a month ago, the Virus Definition File version date stopped updating and hasn't updated since - 3/26/2012 rev. The automatic update has continued to run everyday, downloading the latest definitions, but not updating the version date in the client. Sometimes it downloads an update successfully and other times it says the virus definitions are up to date.
You can run Live Update from the Symantec System Center, or within Symantec Anti Virus.
Live Update can retrieve definitions files either from the Symantec server (which it does by default) or from an internal Web, FTP, or file server created with the Live Update Administration Utility.
As each technology learns different things about a process or a file, it will share what it learns with the other technologies.