Vipre enterprise updating defs

although I did successfully perform a full definition update push for those remote agents.

However, this will become a serious problem if I have to check my servers every few hours to make sure the definition updates are being applied properly.

Antivirus software by design requires periodic updates to maintain it’s effectiveness on a client workstation, and problems may arise unless steps are taken to ensure that the antivirus software can perform updates in a timely manner. Click on the “Create” button on the toolbar and save the Workstation Install Program in a location that you will remember. Install the updated workstation install file on your workstations.

Scheduled are used to configure the antivirus software to update in a timeframe where Deep Freeze will not be protecting the workstations. Select Batch File in the Task Type drop down and click Add. Name the event “Vipre Antivirus” in the 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. The options “Allow User to Cancel Event”, “Shutdown after Maintenance”, and “Disable Keyboard and Mouse” can be enabled if desired.

Important Note: Updating the VIPRE Endpoint Security console to the newest version will require Microsoft . If this is not installed already, the installer may reboot the server to finalize the installation.

You will need to plan for a possible reboot when updating the VIPRE Endpoint Security console.

You may need to stop and star the agent service or reboot the machine.Overview This document will detail the recommended practice for configuring a 3rd party antivirus solution to update properly when Deep Freeze is protecting a workstation. Select Maintenance in the Event Type drop down dialog and click Add. Name the event “Vipre 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. Introduction Deep Freeze provides administrators with a way to protect workstations from changes by rolling back any change made to the computer at reboot. Since installing the VIPRE 9.3 Business edition server and agents, I have had a few cases of incremental definition updates failing.When the incremental updates do fail, I can push out a full definition update which will complete in most cases.

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