Symantec endpoint not updating policy

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The options under the "Symantec Endpoint Protection 12.1.x" section will be unchecked unless the SEPM was upgraded from 12.1 to 14.

Note: If SEPM v.14 has been is upgraded from version 12.1.x.x, the default configuration is to include all these types.

The Use a Live Update Server checkbox must be selected on the Server Settings pane for you to enable this feature.

Table: Live Update policy schedule options Specifies how often to schedule clients to run Live Update to download the latest updates.

This staging server does not require the clients that are connected to it.

Configure the server to download updates on a periodic schedule.

If you use continuous, the server downloads the latest updates when they are posted.

The specific day option is available for the Weekly setting only.The Continuous setting causes the client computers that are infrequently powered on or that infrequently communicate with a management server to get the latest updates.They get the latest updates when they connect to the network and authenticate to a Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager. You can stagger the updates, plus or minus the value that is specified, to minimize the impact on network traffic.Symantec Endpoint Protection (SEP) 12.1 client was added to a Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager (SEPM) 14 server that was not upgraded from SEPM 12.1.Definition updates from SEPM 14 fail to provide SEP 12.1 clients with the correct version of definitions.

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