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On 2003, opening the log file folder in explorer, you can see the timestamp and files size change before your eyes each time the log is updated.
The Live Update Administration Utility On very large or widely distributed networks, it may be desirable to create an internal server and have clients use Live Update to retrieve updates from that server, rather than using the VDTM.
For information on how to determine whether the Live Update Administration Utility is necessary, and for instructions for its implementation, read the document How to configure the Live Update Administration Utility.
You can also use the Windows file to verify that the client is attempting to access the correct update server.
Search for any error messages in the Microsoft Knowledge Base for more troubleshooting information. If you are using WSUS, verify that the client can connect to the WSUS server. If you are prompted to download the file, this means that the client can reach the WSUS server and it is not a connectivity issue. If you are not prompted to download the file, you might have a name resolution or connectivity issue, or WSUS is not config¬ured correctly.
WSUS uses IIS to update most client computers automatically to the WSUS-compatible Automatic Updates.
If you use Symantec Anti Virus Corporate Edition 10.x or Symantec Client Security 3.x, read the document Updating virus definitions for Symantec Anti Virus Corporate Edition 10.x and Symantec Client Security 3.x.
The VDTM is a fully automated solution for virus definitions distribution, and is enabled by default between servers and their managed clients.
To copy an file to a Symantec Anti Virus client you can schedule to update the definitions with the latest file.
This batch file automatically downloads and extracts the latest file from a statically named executable (Navup8.exe), and copies the file to the appropriate location.