Use Rapid Release virus definitions when a new threat may be spreading on your network or for systems responsible for perimeter defense. Windows See Choosing which content and which content revision to update on client computers for details.
If you are unsure as to which definitions set you should use, please contact Symantec Support for guidance.I am seeing a similar issue with a group of Win XP clients connecting to 10.1.6.6 System Center, I have some remote clients that are on a wide range of virus defs from a few days behind to almost a full year behind yet they are connecting into the SAV server daily.I have one of the clients exhibiting being "stuck" on virus defs from October that I can physically sit in front of and snoop around on, this machine in the event log states "Virus Definitions are Current" yet when I pop open the SAV screen it is still showing "10/08/08" as the current virus definition on the machine. TMP files from the 7.5 folder, restart SAV service.2. DAT file from the SAV server into the 7.5 folder and restart SAV to "pull in" the GRC. The fact that the event log states the "virus definitions are current" is really confusing/troubling to me, any other suggestions/advice?An Endpoint Protection Manager is still required to download and package content from Live Update, as well as for generating policy files.If your Group Update Provider computer is at a remote location, and if that remote location uses network address translation NAT , type the host name.