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[UPDLIB] [INFO] Checksum mismatch for C:\Program Files\Avira\Antivirus\webcat1
The checksum of the currently installed file is 982b47808150562d8553d158d25d26fc.
No other issues will be caused by this initialization failure.
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I've installed Avira Free Antivirus on Windows 8.1 Pro 32bit system and I've noticed that webcat*files (webcat0.dat, webcat1.dat, webcat2..) are not updated when Avira installs updates.
In post #1, I looked briefly at Mc Afee MOVE and what needed to be done to setup the environment in regards to VMware Tools setup and the Update Master Repository task on the EPO server.
In this post, I’ll walk through the creation of the task to update the DAT files on the Mc Afee SVAs to ensure the VMs are fully protected with the latest virus definitions. In the EPO GUI, you can check the date of the installed DAT file by clicking System Tree | SVA Folder and then double-click a given SVA.
Click the Products “tab” and review the DAT Version and Date as highlighted below: Creating the Update DAT File Task 2.
On the System Tree screen, click Assigned Client Tasks, then click Actions | New Client Task Assignment 3. Once the task has executed, connect to the Products tab of the SVAs and verify the DAT Version and DAT Date have updated.The checksum of the available file is b97631821687639d978e5bcc8d4d1150.