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The daemon is launched using launchd manually or by schedule. The daemon calls GLUE continuously using the commands it is given until all updates have been applied.
So, In order to make sure that we have the right one, Please visit this link from Mike_Romo, who gave instructions on how to update the latest version. Mike As you said that there was no file jl*in my install.
Let me know, if you have any questions So, I followed the instructions. So, the live update program started to work, which is good. directory - one called active registry and the other called new registry. And still "Update Everything" is giving you error and from your reply it is still unclear whether you installed the latest version of Live Update Component for your Norton Program in Mac.
I went to the Symantec website and installed the latest one (July 2003) and rebooted the machine. This problem happens most when you use both Live Update 1.7 and Live Update Administrator 1.5.3 and Liveupdate runs silent.
When you manually start the update from the Admin-Utility then no eventlog entry is generated.
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Beginning with Symantec Endpoint Protection 12.1 RU4 for Macintosh (SEP for Mac 12.1.4), Live Update for Macintosh has been updated to version 6.0.New features, differences, and improvements in Live Update 6.x for Macintosh: Architecture -- High Level -- Two Main Parts: GLUE and Regular Usage Daemon GLUE (General LU Engine) At the highest level, GLUE performs a single cycle of Live Update updating.This includes running the cycle multiple times due to forced updates.I even reinstalled the version I had on the system, but the problem still appeared.After doing a bit of troubleshooting I finally found that, it seemed I had an old version of live update on my system.In another statement you said the above, leading us to believe you have an older not supported version of Norton Antivirus for MAC.