Symantec endpoint managed client not updating

When you install an Endpoint Protection point, an Endpoint Protection client is installed on the server hosting the Endpoint Protection point.Services and scans are disabled on this client to enable it to co-exist with any existing antimalware solution that is installed on the server.

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The University recommends Microsoft Security Essentials for personal computers. By default the check box Scan my computer for potential threats ofter getting the latest updates is checked. Click on Yes to allow access for the User Account Control (UAC) to install the client. Click on the radio button I do not want to join the program at this time.This document is written to assist with installing the Non-Manged client on University owned computers that are not on a Domain or that accesses sensitive data. Click on the radio button I do not want to join the program at this time. Check the box If no firewall is on, turn on Windows Firewall (Recommend). Click on Next Check the box If no firewall is on, turn on Windows Firewall (Recommend) Click on Next Click on Install By default the check box Scan my computer for potential threats ofter getting the latest updates is checked.The University is transitioning from the Symantec Endpoint Protection (SEP).The Microsoft System Center Endpoint Protection (SCEP) is the current recommended Antivirus/Malware application for University computers.You can protect your users from PUA by deploying an antimalware policy in your Microsoft System Center 2012 Endpoint Protection Configuration Manager.

The protection policy setting is disabled by default.If enabled, this feature will block PUA at download and install time.However, you can exclude specific files or folders to meet the specific needs of your environment.Because Windows Defender is included in Windows 10, an endpoint protection agent does not need to be deployed to client computers.The Endpoint Protection point site system role must be installed before you can use Endpoint Protection.For more information about the features and settings on Microsoft System Center Endpoint Protection (SCEP) please visit Microsoft System Center Endpoint Protection Client Overview. Click on Restart Now Click on Yes to allow access for the User Account Control (UAC) to install the client. Click on the radio button I do not want to join the program at this time.