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Once a solution is available it will be posted to Live Update, and SEPM/SPC will download and apply the update automatically.
Security Response will continue to publish Symantec Endpoint Protection security content with the date 12/31/2009, and will only increase the revision number of the content.
The latest ‘Proactive Threat Protection’ and ‘Network Threat Protection’ definitions were released in December 2009, and therefore will not show a January 2010 date.
Once a client has downloaded January 2010 definitions from Live Update, the client should remain configured to download content from Live Update until your servers have been patched with a fix for this issue.
This includes all Security Content updates - including Antivirus definitions, Proactive Threat Protection (PTS) Truscan definitions, and Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) definitions.
To ensure we retain the quality of the definitions during this period the SEP definitions are only being built once a day.Definition builds for all other products remain the same.To correct the definition date showing on SEP 11.0.x and SEP 12.0 SBE clients, customers can configure clients to download the latest ‘Virus and Spyware Protection’ definitions directly from Live Update.It is important to recognize that although new security content updates will show a date of 12/31/2009, they will contain up-to-date content.Relative definition age can be determined by the revision number.I tried to manually launch Live Update on SEPM various times, but no use, Every time update all other definitions excluding Antivirus updates.After few minutes , it will automatically push the definition to SEPM console and it will be distributed to clients in few minutes, All of my clients (100 ) took about 20 minutes to update. Below is an excerpt from the Symantec Antivirus knowledgebase, Symantec antivirus, although it updates the same as before, doesn't recognize a date newer than 2009.The fix: release new definition updates, but keep the December 31, 2009 date.It was working fine since long, but I noticed that SEPM stopped updating Antivirus And Antispyware Protection virus definitions and they were almost 1 week old, rest of definitions including Proactive Threat Protection and Network Threat Protection were up to date.So there was something wrong with the virus definition update engine.