Fix ID: 1518955 Symptom: Virus definitions are not distributed to secondary servers.
Solution: Resolved a deadlock issue in VDTM (Virus Definition Transport Method).
License seats are not counted properly in the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager when using User Mode clients Fix ID: 3034131 Symptom: When using User Mode clients, the number of licenses required is the number of computers where the Symantec Endpoint Protection client is deployed, as described in TECH163955.
However, in 12.1.2, "seats used" are incorrectly counted as the number of users that have logged on per computer, which may lead to warnings that Symantec Endpoint Protection has been over-deployed.
This article documents the changes and fixes in each update to Symantec Anti Virus Corporate Edition 10.1.x and Symantec Client Security 3.1.x.
Symantec Client Security 3.1.x includes Symantec Anti Virus 10.1.x and Symantec Client Firewall 8.7.x.
It works fine for Macs, but PCs with Norton Antivirus are getting a "malicious file" warning.
Solution: no longer tries to access the scanner interface after it has already been shutdown.
"Query Failed" when exporting Symantec Endpoint Protection logs after upgrade to version 12.1.2 Fix ID: 3020735 / 3033993 Symptom: You can generate a report that includes log data of more than 24 hours old, but you cannot export that report to CSV.
Solution: Changed the way invalid data values are handled.
After applying Microsoft update KB2781197 to a Windows 8 computer, the Symantec Endpoint Protection client installer fails Fix ID: 3123310 Symptom: The following lines are from the SEP_generated from a failed installation attempt: (SERVER) MSI (s) () [:093]: Executing op: Custom Action Schedule(Action=Show Service Progress, Action Type=3073, Source=Binary Data, Target=Show Service Progress, Custom Action Data=; SOFTWARE\Symantec\Symantec Endpoint Protection; Executing install script via service;) Solution: For installations on Windows 8, removed the option to enable/disable Windows Defender after install, as this is no longer supported.
Windows Security Center (WSC) will automatically disable Windows Defender when Symantec Endpoint Protection registers with WSC.