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print this documentDocument ID:2009042409224048
Last Modified:05/11/2010

Proactive Threat Protection shows disabled and does not update definitions after install

Situation:Proactive Threat Protection (PTP) shows as disabled after install.

Solution:There are multiple possible solutions or work-arounds for this issue:

WORK-AROUNDS:

    1. Uninstall/reinstall just PTP feature

        1. Open the Control Panel
        2. Open Add or Remove Programs
        3. Highlight Symantec Endpoint Protection and click Change



        4. Click Next
        5. Be sure Modify is selected and click Next
        6. Click the drop-down menu next to Proactive Threat Protection and choose This feature will not be available



        7. The screen should now look similar to this:



        8. Click Next
        9. Click Install




    2. Uninstall/reinstall Symantec Endpoint Protection client

        1. Open the Control Panel
        2. Open Add or Remove Programs
        3. Highlight Symantec Endpoint Protection and click Remove



        4. If prompted with a message asking if you want to remove Symantec Endpoint Protection from your computer click Yes
        5. Reboot the computer once the uninstall is complete
        6. Install the client either locally with an install package exported from the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager or roll it out remotely from the Manager itself




    3. Manually run the LUALL command on client

        1. Click Start, then Run
        2. Type LUALL
        3. Click OK




    4. Enable clients to run LiveUpdate on their own via LiveUpdate policy in Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager

        1. Open the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager
        2. Click on the Clients tab
        3. Highlight the desired client group
        4. Click on the Policies tab on the right-hand side
        5. Under Location-specific Policies, across from the LiveUpdate policy, click on Tasks and then click on Edit Policy



        6. On the top-left click on Server Settings
        7. Check Use a LiveUpdate server



        8. If desired you can also set a schedule for these clients to run LiveUpdate. To do this do the following:
            1. Click on Schedule on the top-left
            2. Check Enable LiveUpdate Scheduling
            3. Then designate the desired schedule

        9. Click OK

print this documentDocument ID:2009042409224048
Last Modified:05/11/2010

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Product(s): Endpoint Protection 11
Operating Systems(s): Windows 2000 Professional, Windows XP Home Edition, Windows XP Professional Edition, Windows XP Tablet PC Edition, Windows Vista, Windows XP Professional x64 Edition, Windows Vista x64 Edition, Windows 7
Date Created: 04/24/2009

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