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  • Symantec Endpoint Security 11D installed

    Hi,

    I have a Small Business Server running as File / Print, DNS, DHCP server & as an AD. However, when i installed Symantec Endpoint Security 11d to it, my client systems that are connected to the AD got 'HUNG' - Unable to access all network drives but still able to have internet connection. Check on the settings if Symantec software, tried disabling the network access scan but the problem still occurs the next day after the users have logged in to the server.

    Kindly advise what could be the cause of it? Thanks.

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    Re: Symantec Endpoint Security 11D installed

    What happens when you ping the server from a client? Don't know endpoint but the starting point would be looking for a firewall blocking things. Internet will work because they are going direct to the Default Gateway.
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    • #3
      Re: Symantec Endpoint Security 11D installed

      Although an old post I thought I'd respond anyway.

      SEP11 (bad choice of name/initials) also installs a firewall which probably blocks everything. Try adjusting the policy to not ditribute the firewall.
      TIA

      Steven Teiger [SBS-MVP(2003-2009)]
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      • #4
        Re: Symantec Endpoint Security 11D installed

        Did you disable the network scan setting for the clients and the server and reset the settings (propagate to all clients) or did you only temporarily turn off the network scan?

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        • #5
          Re: Symantec Endpoint Security 11D installed

          I have been running SEP 11d on my test machine for three weeks now, and got no performance issues, nor had to open or disable anything on the firewall.
          Initially I tried to install on the server that has RADIUS server installed, but was not able to do that, because RADIUS sever uses same port 1812 that is also used by Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager.
          Check resources on your SBS server when that happens next time. Also did you pushed out the new client to workstations, or they still running the legacy ones?
          Regards,
          John

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          • #6
            Re: Symantec Endpoint Security 11D installed

            And remember that you are probably going to need 4Gb of RAM on your SBS to run SEP 11. OK Symantec say 2Gig but we all know when the big yellow or the big blue say 'x' they really mean '2x' for it to work well/satisfactorily.
            TIA

            Steven Teiger [SBS-MVP(2003-2009)]
            http://www.wintra.co.il/
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            • #7
              Re: Symantec Endpoint Security 11D installed

              Looks like issue is wide enough in scope that the Official SBS blog published a post (today 01/30/0 about it.
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