The command line used for the silent mode Live Update is as follows: "C:\Program Files\Symantec\Live Update\LUALL.EXE" -s This may be used to schedule Live Update (silent) in the computer using Windows Task Scheduler under any user account - Standard or Administrator.The person that setup up these things didn't write any documentation on how they configured things, so I am trying to fit pieces together. Thanks for the reply earlier, not sure if I understand what you mean by it.
I run Symantec Anti Virus Corporate edition 2002 (build version 8.00.9374).
I discovered the following problem yesterday (May 13) when my weekly virus update and system scan is scheduled: upon beginning a system scan, the scan box opens and immediately stops, displays the message "scan stopped by user" followed by the date & time and all of the control buttons are greyed out (non-functional) except for the close button.
Updates will be automatically downloaded and installed if available. So I click ok and it doesn't show any windows open up or anything.
(slilent mode= run in the background) So I checked the log files and it appears liveupdate ran sucessfully.
Without the configuration from an administrator you may not be able to change anything.
On the other hand, most of the functions are set up by default to be handled automatically in the back ground without user intervention.
Hello, I know this forum is more for home version of nortorn, but hopefully someone here can help me.
At work we use Symantec antivirus corporate edtion version 10 with machines running windows xp pro sp2.
I would be grateful to any and all suggestions on how to rectify this situation.
As a newbie to this forum, I would appreciate if others would copy this posting to other sections of the Symantec and Microsoft sites that might give this matter prominent attention.
The only change that occurred to my PC was the download and installation of the most recent Microsoft Security update for Windows XP (KB978542) which is described as: "Microsoft Security Bulletin MS10-030 - Critical Vulnerability in Outlook Express and Windows Mail Could Allow Remote Code Execution (978542)" (url: I have tried uninstalling the security update; uninstalling - rebooting - reinstalling - Live Updating the antivirus application; doing a system restore point going back to the previous week - all to NO AVAIL.