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I have also had a number of problems with servers disappearing from the server group in the Symantec console and having to un-install and re-install SAV to the Net Ware server. We have had very good success with the client side with only one small issue.
The SAV client installs with a default "Quick Scan" on system startup. What is nice is that it is aware of Win 9x, and 2K and XP (the paths are different for each OS).
Other connection options, such as a configuration file or session file, are supported.
Bear in mind that the installation requires local admin permissions (there are ways to get around this - google CPAU - it's a free RUNAS utility).
BTW, this works - I've used it to deploy SAV to over 1200 PCs and 5000 users.
Just copy the entire contents of the SAV client installation folder to a temp folder on the client PC and run the installation from the client PC. Really Suppress means the installation will NEVER prompt to reboot the PC. INSTALLSERVER=0 means this is a client installation (Windows XP, etc.) and not a server installation. NETWORKTYPE=1 means this is a managed installation (as opposed to be an unmanaged install that will not look to a primary server for virus def updates) 5. RUNLIVEUPDATE=0 means don't run Live Update after the installation is complete 7. SAV already has the latest version as of the date of this post. I'll surely went through - HELL - troubleshooting this over Christmas and would like to see others benefit. Wally Beck Network Admin - Gainesville State College I utilize Zenworks 7 to distribute msi/mst.
The following command should be on 1 line (no wraps): /i SAV10REBOOT=Really Suppress INSTALLSERVER=0 NETWORKTYPE=1 SERVERNAME=GIS RUNLIVEUPDATE=0 ADDLOCAL=SAVMain, SAVUI, SAVHelp, QClient /qb! The msi has been renamed to SAV10and can be run directly. SERVERNAME=GIS means that the name of the primary server that this client will look to for virus defs and program settings is called GIS. ADDLOCAL=SAVMain, SAVUI, SAVHelp, QClient means install all features except for the crappy email plugin that hoses the PC anyway. is an switch and is used to hide buttons on the installation dialog. It's best to do this install from a script because you're going to need to copy down the certificate file from the primary server to the C:\Program Files\Symantec Anti Virus\pki\roots\ folder on the client PC. You may also want to copy from the primary server to the C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Symantec\Symantec Anti Virus Corporate Edition.5\ folder on the local PC. Had terrible time with mst for SAVCE 10.1.6000 client.Basically it shows the install progress (and errors) but does not allow the user to cancel the installation. You'll need to do this so the client will communicate with the primary server and receive virus def updates. This makes sure all of SAV's programs settings and options (that you configured on the primary server) are implemented on the client PC. What worked was on a clean vmware session of XP SP2 I installed the package and made all my time schedule changes, quarantine/delete options, no scan network drives etc. Open regedit to HKLM/software/intel/landesk/virusprotect6 exported that registry key.