You can upgrade Symantec Protection Engine from a previous version to newer version. You can either preserve existing settings or uninstall previous version to install version 7.0.
To upgrade Symantec Protection Engine on Solaris
Indicate the location where JRE 5.0 (update 13 or later), JRE 6.0 (update 21 or later), or JRE 7.0 (update 03 or later) is located.
You only need to provide this information if the installer does not find the appropriate version.
JRE 5.0 (update 13 or later), JRE 6.0 (update 21 or later), or JRE 7.0 (update 03 or later) must be installed to continue the product installation.
Symantec Protection Engine supports only 32-bit versions of Java Runtime Environment. Symantec Protection Engine cannot be installed with 64-bit JRE versions.
Select the type of upgrade that you want to perform as follows:
Existing settings are not preserved.
See Configuring clean upgrade installation options on Solaris.
Preserve existing settings
Existing settings are preserved.
If you choose to preserve your existing settings, the installer proceeds from this point with the installation.
However, if you are upgrading from version 5.x to version 7.x, you are required to type the administrator account password due to introduction of stronger ciphers.
See Symantec Protection Engine post-installation tasks.
See Installing Symantec Protection Engine on Solaris.
See About installing Symantec Protection Engine.
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