Updating vdefhub zip
Basically it shows the install progress (and errors) but does not allow the user to cancel the installation. You'll need to do this so the client will communicate with the primary server and receive virus def updates. This makes sure all of SAV's programs settings and options (that you configured on the primary server) are implemented on the client PC. What worked was on a clean vmware session of XP SP2 I installed the package and made all my time schedule changes, quarantine/delete options, no scan network drives etc. Open regedit to HKLM/software/intel/landesk/virusprotect6 exported that registry key.
If you don’t, the “upgrade” will hang and the server will show as disabled in the system console and you will probably get an abend in RTVSCAN. See this link for Symantec’s response to the issue. The ZENworks application I used to deploy checked to see if the “C:\Program Files\Symantec Anti Virus\Do Scan.exe” file existed on the local drive, if it did NOT then the application would run. EXE file is new with SAV 10 so the application would upgrade older versions of SAV and install on systems that did not have SAV installed at all.Just wondering what steps others are using to deploy via this method. I don't know what the problem is here as the batch files work fine without LANDesk, but when I go to distribute the task through LANDesk I get a "Package deployment failed" and a Return code 4. wrote: I’ve read the nice article ‘Pushing out Mc Afee Virus Scan 8.0‘ – it is really helpful.Dear @New World , Save anywhere you can(No offence, but I guess that is obvious.Installers don't scan computers for previous installations(they may) & thus "Keep old settings".