I have alredy disable disk drive , i want to disable mobile devices.
SEPM has four client machines listed as disabled on the home page. I've gotten email notications about them and noticed that. When I checked then, the machine and SEP look fine. Only one of these four is within range for me to check/accessible but it's in use right now.
I can't tell from SEPM what's disabled about them. What does it mean when the home page lists them as disabled?
And is there any way from SEPM to re-eneable them?
Switching views in SEPM, I see two (both Windows) have for SONAR Status, "Component is Malfunctioning." The other two are Macs and don't have that installed.
Simply reinstalling sounds easiest, except the machines aren't easily available.
We have configured SEPM Client password open client user interface and start and stop services etc.,
Now we notice its not working in SEPM 14.0.1. Our client versions 14.0.3752.1000.
Anyone noticed this issue before?
We have an issue using SEP 14 mp2 with point-of-sale software. For banking transactions to be processed through a credit card machine, IPS has to be disabled. When it is enabled, under the logs the only thing I can see is a sort of hardware address that is allowed to go through from NTP.
Anyone come across this issue? I definitely dont want to disable IPS for obvious reasons but what can I do to get the point-of-sale software to process
the transaction through the workstation connected to the credit card swiping device?
Am new to SEP 14.
Want to find 'system infected' alerts for the past month.
NTP is now replaced with network & host mitigation.
Can someone help me?
Has anyone come accross this problem on Server 2008.
I am running SEP 14.0.2415.0200 and it seems that after a second reboot it no longer disables windows firewall which is stopping our backups from working as well as other things.
Is there any fix around this without having to upgrade to the latest version of SEP as we need the backups to work and other applications ASAP.
Can anyone help as I have been looking at this the pass day.
We have just gone live with a new SEPM server version 14.0.2415.200 and all was working well servers were backing up and all was fine.
However, since then we have discovered that after the servers are rebooted a second time Symantec seems to be blocking Netbackup 7.1 from working with error code 58.
I can connect from a client to the server over ports 13724, 13782, 1556 but cannot connect from the server to the client over the same ports.
As a test I have opened all ports on our firewall settings and still getting the same results.
Randomly though some of the servers are working, they all have the same firewall settings so it seems to be a bit hit and miss.
Upgrading to the latest version currently is not possible as we are going through an audit. Has anyone come across this or any ideas on a fix?
Brand new Mac, High Sierra.
SEPM was 14.0 MP1. That got upgraded to 14.0.1 MP1, the latest. I made a Mac installer from there like normal.
The Mac got 14.0 MP1 on it, and then I realized it wasn't showing up in SEPM, so we upgraded today.
I installed 14.0.1 MP1 over 14.0 MP1 on the Mac. No change.
Then I used a RemoveSymantecMacFiles.zip (from 2015, might be the problem). That ran. SEP was gone that I could tell. Then I installed 14.0.1 MP1. It still isn't showing up in SEPM.
Do I need a newer uninstaller for High Sierra or is somethign else going on?
I just upgraded and I see that.
Is this it?
Is there an option now for SEP on tablets?
We have issue that the total number of client in AD is not equal or close enough on clients in SEPM.
We already upgrade our SEPM from 12-14 per support to solve this but still total clients is not correct.
Any suggestion how to solve this?
Is there a ways that i can generate a report or a system alert when user will plug a phone on computer. USB is block but user are using the port to charge their phone.
Hi, We will about to acquire new company and they are using different AV.
Question: How can i manage their client if I want to migrate to Symantec?
- Is it good to deploy new SEPM dedicated for their company?
- what is the license count need to consider?
-setup and network setup need to consider?'
When trying to add devce to device groups the tree is cut off by athe gray bar at the bottom. I cannot access the groups hidden behind it
Here is the log:
[AC13-1.3] Block from launching other processes - Caller MD5=9021640543c224ead0152983f446e383 - Target Arguments=""C:\Users\xxxx\AppData\Local\Temp\9\scmhelper_1518711714731.ini" GetDiskSpace "C:\support\SEP 14 Clients\SEP14_Virtual Server""
How do I get past this?
I don't have many High Sierra machines so I haven't noticed. I was checking my Symantec management server and I don't see the High Sierra machines there, but they do have SEP installed and that can pull updates.
High Sierra doesn't work with ver 14.0.2349.0100 in terms of connecting to SEPM?
(I've tried Chrome and Internet Explorer.... If I choose Endpoint Management and then try to use the next dropdown box, nothing shows up in the dropdown box. I can't use it. So I'm posting anywhere I guess....)