I found today same issue updated live update manually and then scan etc, it is showing yesterday.s date, should I uninstall and reinstall and see what happens again.do not want to keep doing this, or is there a workaround.
I know there was a discussion around a tool to do this but cannot find reference to Symantec relasing one
You can always download teh latest definitions to a USB drive or other media and sneakernet them to the system.
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I occasionally come across computers that will never be connected to the internet but are still vulnerable to viruses through other sources (ex. What I need is a solution where I can drop the updates on the machines, or connect to them directly (via x-over cable) to download the updates locally.
I noticed yesterday after manual live update and full scan the date next to projection update was showing yesterday date.
so I uninstalled and reinstall and then it showed current.
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Windows 7/32bit Toshiba internet software update over internet security software Thanks Tony Peter on first page is says Security you are protected Protection updates :current Last Scan: 6 min ago Peter can you confirm which is protection update referring to ???
, the reason it showed current I uninstall and reinstalled again.
The time that the subscription status changes is tied into the time you finished installing the product the first time with the key.