page=content&id=HOWTO81284#v16222205 For 12.1, can catch page=content&id=TECH163514 You may want to install Symantec Endpoint Protection from scratch without migrating the legacy software.
If you skip the migration, you do not import the legacy settings.
Second question: Can you suggest any steps I should take to get these clients to be recognized by the SEPM server, ie, remove previous SEP installations before installing upgraded SEP versions from a different SEP server?
You can still choose to automatically uninstall existing third-party security software when you deploy a client installation package.
Posted: 12/12/2013 in Symantec Tags: Definition update, Definition update problem, Live Update, Not updating virus-definitions, SEP, SEPM, SEPM definitions not updating, Symantec, Symantec Endpoint Protection, Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager, virus-definition update problem If you have encountered SEP virus-definition update problem on SEPM recently (late 2013) and if this is a large enterprise’s production system which keeps about 30 definition revisions, the reason is most probably the max.