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  1. Hi, In my environment, we have about 7000 clients. We run Symantec Endpoint Portection (SEP) on all the clients and also have an internal Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager (SEPM) for management and updates. About 6000 of the clients update normally from the SEPM. However, the outstanding 1000 or so are a big problem. Symantec has provided an avenue to update the clients manually by downloading the update files and dropping them into a folder on the client. The SEP client can then pick up the update files for processing. The problem is these files are HUGE. At the last check,
  2. Hello All: I am new to SCCM, and would request some assistance in pushing out the SEP client with the O/S. I am able to deploy the Windows 7 O/S with SCCM2012 task sequnce just fine, but the SEP Client ( with an already used sylink file) package is not being installed. I have placed this package at different levels in the task sequence, but no luck. I have created the SEP client package from the definition (MSI) and also the .exe, but neither worked. Can someone please provide a detailed solution, so that I can successfully install the SEP client on the newly deployed OS. Thanks!!
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