Updating virus protection files
Managed Symantec Endpoint Protection (SEP) clients do not update virus definitions.These clients are configured to receive their updates from their Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager (SEPM).BINARY_FILE' in database 'SEM5' because the 'FG_CONTENT' filegroup is full.Search the Window Event Logs for indications of trouble, and take any action necessary to correct it.Bitdefender consumer solutions, which detected the devastating Wannacry and Petya ransomware from the start and protected all users,...Read More Bitdefender Antivirus for Mac delivers multiple layers of protection against ransomware.
Running Live Update (the first option below) is usually the easiest and most effective, but other options are available.
The SEPM shows old virus definitions in "Admin Server Activity logs may provide details on the nature of the failure.
One possible cause is that old or corrupted virus definitions present on the SEPM prevent the SEPM's ability to update the SEP clients with new virus definitions.
To update antimalware definitions, you can use one or more of the following methods: You can configure multiple definition update sources and control the order in which they are assessed and applied.
This is done in the Configure Definition Update Sources dialog box when you create an antimalware policy.