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Re: EPO 4.6.6 - Virus Scan 8.8 Patch 2 - Issue with Event ID 1119

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Jason,

     Has anyone found an answer to your question? I have having this same issues and I would like resolution if someone has found a fix. Can you update the page if and when you did/do?

Thanks

-Pro

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Re: EPO 4.6.6 - Virus Scan 8.8 Patch 2 - Issue with Event ID 1119

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I had to submit a ticket for this, but I was given a reply and a fix.  I apologize for not posting it sooner I got distracted with other work items.  But the following is an excerpt from McAfee on how to fixt this error.

"If you note the timestamps, the two update tasks are running at the same time. The task ending in 82F5 is a locally configured task on the client (not configured in ePO). In the VSE 8.8 policy you can go to the  General Options Policies  >Display Options > and select to “Disable Default AutoUpdate Task Schedule.” This should prevent the task conflict and further prevent the event 1119 creation."

Once this setting was applied the only time I received the 1119 event message one additional time for each computer and afterwards it stopped.  The only time I still receive the Event 1119 message is if I'm dealing with a computer that was offline when we applied the fix but it is still only a one time deal.

Hope this helps...

-Jason;

Message was edited by: jjames on 5/27/14 10:35:14 AM CDT

on 5/27/14 10:36:55 AM CDT

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Re: EPO 4.6.6 - Virus Scan 8.8 Patch 2 - Issue with Event ID 1119

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I noticed this occurring in Endpoint Security (ENS) 10.6.1 as well.

In my case I think our Client Task for Product Update and this Default Client Update task schedule are both running and one is causing issues.

Was the fix to uncheck/disable that "Default Client Update task schedule" in the policy ?

It is annoying to see under the systems threat events that updates are failing, when they are actually not.

I'm going to open a new up to date thread in case the original person who had this issue or person who suggested what support recommended doesn't see my post. Thanks.

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