This article explains how to troubleshoot Symantec Live Update causing large incremental backups.There are two scenarios in which the size of an incremental backup can be affected by Symantec Live Update: Nightly updates causing large amounts of change on a protected drive By default, Symantec Live Update stores definition files in a folder named 'Definitions' or 'Virus Defs' in one of the following locations: These paths may vary based on what version of Symantec is being run, or if you have changed the protected system's default download location.Before I open a TAC case on this issue, I figured I'd ask here in case anyone has seen this before.I'm running ISE 2.0 patch 2 with Any Connect 4.1/ISE Posture on our Windows clients. Double-click the yellow shield icon located in the system tray. Click the Live Update option located in the left menu. A Live Update window similar to the one below will pop up on your screen. Live Update should begin automatically; however, depending on how your system is setup, you might see a Start button located at the bottom of the window. A new Quick Time version (7.1.6) resolves the issues with Symantec Live Update.
Effective August 1, 2013, the UNC-Chapel Hill for any antivirus software licensed by Symantec will expire.
Live Update first shipped in the 1997 version of Norton Anti Virus 2.0 and soon followed in other products.
It was created by the Shared Technology Team at the company's Cupertino headquarters and later taken over by the Norton team.
Open up the Symantec Interface by double-clicking the Symantec \"shield\" icon next to the system clock. Open the settings page for Symantec and navigate to the \"Server Settings\" section of the \"Live Update Policy\". \"WIN\" is the Windows logo key between \"Ctrl\" and \"Alt\".
Set the \"Live Update Server\" setting to use the default server. In the \"Run\" dialog box, type \"regedit\" and press \"Enter\".