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This document lists the new fixes and component versions in Symantec Endpoint Protection 12.1 Release Update 6 (SEP RU6, or 12.1.6).
This information supplements the information found in the Release Notes.
Note: If you are unable to stop the Symantec Management Client you will need to temporarily disable Tamper Protection.
Please see the Technical Information at the bottom of this document for instructions.
This has the advantage of being one of the less difficult methods to configure but does require that the workstations have a period of time where they will not be used and can be configured to update automatically.
Configuring Symantec Enterprise Protection to update with Deep Freeze Symantec Enterprise Protection supports the use of a command line function that can be used to trigger antivirus updates when the workstations enter into maintenance mode. Configure your Deep Freeze install package as per your normal requirements, including passwords and other settings that may be required.
Introduction Deep Freeze provides administrators with a way to protect workstations from changes by rolling back any change made to the computer at reboot. Configure your Deep Freeze install package as per your normal requirements, including passwords and other settings that may be required. To configure Deep Freeze to trigger Symantec Enterprise Protection to update when maintenance mode starts follow the process below: Deep Freeze 7.5 or Higher 1. Select Maintenance in the Event Type drop down dialog and click Add. Name the event “Symantec Antivirus” in the Event Name field. Select the frequency for the updates to occur in the Day drop down and set the start and end time for the event. Fix ID: 3362553 Symptom: exhausts non-paged pool memory.Solution: Eliminated invalid calls that lead to memory exhaustion.