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Live update – content is 12GB

I need a solution

Hi,

Not sure if this is the right place to post this, but since I didn’t find a forum related to “live update administrator” I am posting here.

To the point…

First thing to know, I am new to everything Symantec. so, I am doing a lot of guessing and probably using wrong terminology so apologies in advance.

I installed a fresh new “live update administrator” server and configured it. I chose to download only “SEP manager”managed clients updates, since all our clients are managed and there is no need to download updates for unmanaged clients.

I decided to split the updates into two separate distribution centers, one strictly for content updates, the second strictly for client updates. after running for the first time a download schedule and distribute schedule (total of 4 schedule, download and distribute for content, the same for client), I immediately checked the distribution centers I configured, and here is where I am puzzled:

content distribution is 12 GB.

client distribution is 85m MB.

I am assuming content is virus definitions etc. why is it so big?

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SMG 10.7.1 – Unable to run tcpdump

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Hi,

Guys anybody had experience with the new 10.7.1?  Any issue getting tcpdump run correctly?

We got error below

tcpdump -s 0 -w /tmp/tcpdump/capture_any.cap -i etho/any tcp port 25

tcpdump: any: You don’t have permission to capture on that device

tcpdump: eth0: You don’t have permission to capture on that device

Thanks

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Hi, everyone.

I have some question that needs answering:

What permissions do an SEE Admininstrator needs from the AD to work on the SEE Management Console?

Another thing I would like to know if any changes on the Group Policy and AD Computers and Users will be reflected on the Active Directory? If yes, does this means the SEE Administrator will be able to feedle with the AD from the SEE Management Console?

Can we limit the access to the SEE Configuration Manager?

What are the best practises if there’s any?

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In XenApp and XenDesktop, very large files that have a file size greater than 4GB are not supported with Client Drive Mapping.

For Example, when viewing a file which is greater than 4GB using a published Windows Explorer instance in a XenApp Client Mapped Drive, file size will be incorrectly displayed.

The following error message might appear:

“The file <filename> is too large for the destination file system”

When copying a file with file size greater than 4GB using a CDM mapped drive, the file is partially copied, resulting in an incomplete target file being written.

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Disable Log without Response Rule

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Hi,

I have a policy name is File A with rule to detect by keyword. I want to monitor and block when endpoint copy file A to USB and HTTP/HTTPs so I enable option Removable Device and HTTPS, HTTP on Agent Configuration. I config Response Rule with Endpoint Prevention: Block when any protocol as Removable Device, HTTPS, HTTP, everything is okay.  But I have another policy name File B to classify another file and I want to monitor when it is copied to network file server –> I enable option Copy to Network Share on Agent Configuration. And DLP Agent still sent the log of File A when I copy it to File Server. How can I disable it because I only need log of File B when It is copied to File Server ?

Thank in advance.

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