Trend micro worry not updating
Back to top Resolved Known Issues WFBS 9.0 SP3 resolves the following product issues: Issue 1: The Trend Micro Messaging Security Agent disappears from the client tree on the Worry-Free Business Security Server management console when users reinstall the Messaging Security Agent after upgrading to Worry-Free Business Security 9.0 Service Pack 2.
Solution 1: [Hotfix: 3150] This hotfix ensures that the Messaging Security Agent can successfully register to the Worry-Free Business Security 9.0 Service Pack 2 Security Server.
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Issue 2: Users may encounter ransomware because of recent widespread attacks.
Solution 2: [Hotfix: 3205] This hotfix enables the monitoring of newly encountered programs downloaded through HTTP or email applications on Security Agents to increase protection against possible ransomware attacks.
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Anything interesting show up in the event logs at the time of the scheduled scan? Look for the entry Enable_Scan_Option and set the value to 0 5.
Is there a backup being run during the time period that a scheduled scan is supposed to run?
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Hi, I have recently installed Trend Micro Worry Free Business Security Advanced v 7.
I've never seen WFBS or Office Scan do that outside of the parameters that caused hot fix B1469 to be issued (the SSAPI would freeze and cause the scheduled scan to run indefinitely) Hi - sorry for the late reply. If I cancel the sheduled scan and run a manual scan, the manual scan works fine. If I could see what it was getting stuck on, I could try excluding it - odd though that the manual scan never gets stuck.