They call all ping the SEPM server but for some reason, some workstations are not getting the latest virus def. On the smc-server-0.log, I noticed a bunch of errors: SEVERE: Error while extracting full content under c:\program files\symantec\symantec endpoint protection manager\tomcat\..\inetpub\content\xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx\xxxxxxxx\Full What else can I check to see what's causing the communication problems?Traditional signature and heuristic file scanning engines form the backbone of Symantec’s security solutions; these engines use dozens of techniques to scan files for both known as well as unknown threats.I have a Symantec Corporate Edition 10.01 since 2006 and the definitions stopped updating the first week of July 2013.I know these corporate editions never stop giving updates like defender.Though all of these architectures are presented as novel and unique, when I drew the node structures…their underlying relations started to make more sense.The use-cases for trained networks differ even more, because VAEs are generators, where you insert noise to get a new sample.AEs, simply map whatever they get as input to the closest training sample they “remember”.
It should be noted that while most of the abbreviations used are generally accepted, not all of them are.One problem with drawing them as node maps: it doesn’t really show how they’re used.For example, variational autoencoders (VAE) may look just like autoencoders (AE), but the training process is actually quite different.Posted: 12/12/2013 in Symantec Tags: Definition update, Definition update problem, Live Update, Not updating virus-definitions, SEP, SEPM, SEPM definitions not updating, Symantec, Symantec Endpoint Protection, Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager, virus-definition update problem If you have encountered SEP virus-definition update problem on SEPM recently (late 2013) and if this is a large enterprise’s production system which keeps about 30 definition revisions, the reason is most probably the max.size limit of a database file of sem5 (SEP’s db) database.Technologies designed to block attacks just as they transition from the network cable or wireless network to the computer, before they have a chance to establish residency in a physical file on a user’s computer. Behavioral-based protection technology observes actively running threats on your computer and can terminate running programs if they exhibit malicious behaviors; this technology provides proactive protection from entirely new, previously unseen attacks. If the database server is out of space or if the table used to store definitions has reached its quota, there will likely be error messages in the Windows Event Logs.Consequently the older design of SEP database doesn’t meet today’s requirements.Symantec have to find a solution to this issue urgently.RNNs sometimes refer to recursive neural networks, but most of the time they refer to recurrent neural networks.That’s not the end of it though, in many places you’ll find RNN used as placeholder for any recurrent architecture, including LSTMs, GRUs and even the bidirectional variants.