Also, I'm running into a weird issue where the client says it's being managed and it's connected to the right server, but the management console isn't seeing it. Not knowing what versions you are using, I can only speculate based on our own experience.
In fact it isn't seeing any of the Mac clients that have SEP on them. In our environment we are still on SEP 11 reporting in to a SEPM console.
We already had the power setting to high performance so the solution did not help our case.
We tried enabling only the relevant features of SEP, it did not result in any significant improvement.
Norton Anti Virus defends your PC against detected viruses, spyware, bots, worms, and more while minimising the performance impact or getting in your way.
The improved Norton Protection System features multi-layered protection technologies that work together to proactively block attacks and detect and remove threats before they can harm your PC.
I am preparing to roll out Symantec Endpoint Protection to all 2600 of my Macs and I'm a little timid about it.
I don't have much of a choice, but I was hoping that all of you could share with me your best practices and potential pitfalls before I dive head first and run into issues.
And new Vulnerability Protection blocks security holes in your PC’s operating system, applications, browsers, and browser plug-ins to prevent hackers from exploiting them.
All those products use SONAR, Symantec's behavioral-based malware detection software.
The faulty update was a malware-definition update, which adds to the library of known malware, not a software update.
We are experiencing significant reduction in file transfer rate and network speed with in our LAN between Virtual Machines running Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 guest OSs, Symantec Endpoint Protection (SEP) installed is 12.1.2015.2015.
VMs with all features of SEP installed have file transfer speed of about 30 MB/sec vs 120 MB/sec with no SEP installed.