You can schedule the LiveUpdate Server to run and download definitions, if available. When LiveUpdate is scheduled to run on Hourly, Daily, or Weekly basis, the minute of the hour at which LiveUpdate session is started is selected randomly, between the values of 0 and 59, on each security virtual appliance. The minute value is not displayed in the management console.
For example: In the management console, under the LiveUpdate Settings tab of the SVA Config Base Policy, if LiveUpdate is configured to run daily at 14 (hour of the day), LiveUpdate session will start at some time between 14:00 and 14:59 hours, and each security virtual appliance will pick its own random minute value.
You can edit the scheduled settings of the LiveUpdate server for the following parameters:
Enable Scheduled Update
Check this check box to enable the LiveUpdate server to run the updates at scheduled intervals.
Schedule to run the updates every 15 minutes.
Set the hour you want the updates to run.
The default is four hours.
Set the time of day you want the updates to run.
Set the day of the week and time of day you want the updates to run.
You can also configure the LiveUpdate server settings and the proxy server settings for the following parameters:
LiveUpdate Server Settings
Click Use the default Symantec LiveUpdate Server to use the default Symantec LiveUpdate server.
To bypass the proxy server, select the Bypass Proxy check box.
To add a LiveUpdate server, provide the server details.
Click Specify LiveUpdate Server to add your LiveUpdate server if you do not want to use the default Symantec LiveUpdate server.
Click Edit to provide the server details.
Click Add to add your LiveUpdate server by providing details such as host name or IP address, path, user name, password, protocol, and port number. You can add up to five LiveUpdate servers.
LiveUpdate Proxy Server Settings
Click Edit and then click Add to add a proxy server for LiveUpdate by providing details such as host name or IP address, user name, password, protocol, and port number.
Reputation Proxy Server Settings
Click Edit and then click Add to add a proxy server for reputation by providing details such as host name or IP address, user name, password, and port number.
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