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Read the following document for more information: TECH100441 - Primary server does not update secondary servers or clients using the VDTM.You may need to change the default update method to the clients, depending on the client platform, network configuration, number of clients, or your company's security policies and access policies.You can also copy an file from the VPHOME share on any Symantec Anti Virus server.The modified date of the file matches the date of the virus definitions. EXE checks for new files, and then initiates the update process. EXE checks for new files about every 10 minutes by default.The server gets definitions updates using Live Update or an file, and then automatically distributes the definitions to each of its clients on the network.Read the following document for an overview and instructions: Live Update is a program that connects to a server, downloads the latest definitions, and applies the definitions to the computer on which it is running.The clients download content from the management server based on the communication mode and heartbeat frequency.See Configuring clients to download content from the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager.

To download an file from Symantec you can schedule to update the definitions with the latest file.See Updating policies and content on the client using push mode or pull mode.Symantec recommends that you use this method unless network constraints or your company's policies require an alternative.I'm keeping tabs on a remote sever that is running Symantec Anti Virus Corporate Server 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.

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