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Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager and Symantec Endpoint Protection Windows client versions do not support the following downgrade paths: Symantec Endpoint Protection 11.0 to 12.1.2 Small Business Edition Symantec Endpoint Protection 12.1.x (enterprise version) to Symantec Endpoint Protection Small Business Edition
page=content&id=TECH192779 You must uninstall all legacy Symantec products before you install Symantec Endpoint Protection 12.1.2.
Would like to know where I can download 12.1 Release Update 1 (RU1).
I have just upgraded to 12.1.5, but all the end point clients show offline, although I have uncheck the "maintain the existing client feature when updating" from group packages, I hope it can resolved by installed the RU1, thanks ! But do check out this for the supported and unsupported path again before going further.
Ref my prev post in the second link, see step 6 to upgrade Symantec client software, you can go for autoupdate as well as Remote push When Symantec provides updates to client installation packages, you add the updates to Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager and make them available for exporting.
You do not, however, have to reinstall the client with client deployment tools.
page=content&id=TECH224034 i'm not sure the SEPM that i'm using now is enterprise or SBE, If i'm using SBE, I can not direct upgrade to 12.1.5 ?
Keith You may want to catch the below if you want to confirm with report in CSV or txt. page=content&id=TECH104852 Likewise as below, can also try ]the reports section, select computer status as report type, then select client inventory for select a report and probably just set a period to include all machines. page=content&id=TECH95541&locale=en_US If the above is not showing then probably we have to drill further but I leaving the assumption that SEPM need not restart or the update from client will take a while esp if upgrading comes, hopefully not a bug on the version running...There have been some cases where this workaround was not effective.If you run into a scenario where the client is not adhering to the newly assigned install package, then try moving the client to a different group within the SEPM so that a new package will be assigned or manually modify the feature set for that client via Add or Remove Programs- Otherwise, you want to check this subsequently (e.g.Otherwise I would need to install below RU1 after the SEPM 12.1.5 upgrade without remove all the exiting packages solution: 1.Symantec Endpoint Protection 12.1 Release Update 1 (RU1). Uncheck the maintain existing features checkbox and specify the client features you want installed on the client.