Upon restart, NIS2009 seemed to start working again as expected and I could see that automatic and pulse updates were regularly occuring again and my overnight custom scan ran as scheduled.
Only ran properly for about another 8 hours and then the automatic/pulse updates seemed to hang again.
Heaven help us if we are getting NEW defs every five minutes!
The LU1825 error code signifies the Symantec client has corrupt virus definitions, preventing Live Update from updating.Downloading and running either the most current definition file or PIUpdate tool available on the Symantec website will resolve out-of-date and corrupt virus definition errors. He has worked as a media correspondent for George Mason University.I installed NIS 2009 after first running the NORTON REMOVAL TOOL to get rid of remnants of an older NSW install from years ago.The NIS 2009 install and updating process appeared to go without a hitch.Symantec clients in a managed environment can be tested by entering The SEPM server name and IP address are located in the troubleshooting menu of the Symantec client.
Symantec produces the Sylink watcher and Sylink monitor tools for real-time troubleshooting of communication errors.
Keeping virus signature files as current as possible is vital to the security of any system.
Without current virus definitions the virus scan will not be able to detect new viruses, putting the system and network at risk.
Can someone try this and see if their counter goes back to zero, thanks.
I agree that there should be an indication of when NIS last checked for sigs as well as an indication when new ones were found -- both are useful pieces of info.
Double-click the icon to open the Symantec Endpoint Protection configuration screen.