Symantec endpoint client not updating policy
Monitoring / Endpoint Protection Status / System Center 2012 R2 Endpoint Protection Status / Operational State12 clients are failing to apply the custom policy.
Clicking on the “Antimalware policy application failed” brings us to the list of machine.
Because of recent critical security vulnerabilities in Symantec anti-virus products, and CMU phasing out support for Symantec Endpoint protection, we recommend uninstalling SEP and replacing it with the Microsoft anti-malware product available for your Windows operating system.Instructions for Windows 7 and 10 are provided below.Ensure that Tamper Protection for SEP is turned off. When choosing which version to use, you should select the "AMD64" (64-bit) version, unless your PC is very old. This will install Security Essentials, and then perform a definition update and quick scan of your system.Left click on the SEP icon in the task bar and open the application. Beside "Client Management" click "Configure Settings" On the Tamper Protection tab, uncheck "Protect Symantec Security from being tampered with or shut down". Once SEP has been removed, we recommend installing Microsoft's Security Essentials, available from https:// If you have a Windows 10 device that SCS has built for you, SEP was not installed, and Windows Defender is already enabled and updating. If you are a Windows 10 user that has brought your own device and installed SEP on it from CMU Computing Services or SCS, follow the steps below to remove SEP Ensure that Tamper Protection for SEP is turned off.
Left click on the SEP icon in the task bar and open the application. Beside "Client Management" click "Configure Settings" On the Tamper Protection tab, uncheck "Protect Symantec Security from being tampered with or shut down".
The new error message: Event ID 2012 - Source: srv While transmitting or receiving data, the server encountered a network error.