Allowing Norton AntiVirus software LiveUpdate through ISA Server
Many businesses use Norton AntiVirus servers to keep the company’s servers and client computers virus free. In order to keep the virus definitions updated, the Live-Update is used to schedule virus definitions download to the main NAV server, which in turn, updates the client computers.
From the File menu, select “Live Update”
Click on the “Configure” button, and move to the Proxy tab.
As shown in the picture below, select “I want to customize my proxy settings for LiveUpdate.
Enter the ISA Server’s private network IP address (internal) for both Proxy settings, use port 8080 for the HTTP Proxy, and port 21 for the FTP proxy. Apply the changes and click OK.
Click Next, and test the your ability to download the required updates.
In the Virus Definition Manager screen, select Update the primary Server Group only, in the How servers retrieve virus definitions updates and click configure.
Select the required schedule for the definition download. In order to check if the settings work, click “Update Now”.
If the update was successful, an event ID 16 should be logged in the server’s application log, which will inform you if the definitions are current (was able to connect, but no download was required), or if the download of the virus definition file was successful.
Note! There is no need to configure the LiveUpdate proxy use from the Symantec System Center.