Actually what I am looking is called "DAT package Installer" or 'XDAT file'
Does somebody know where I could download it from?
I am planning to use a script to do it.
Thanks in advance
the the one I tried before from this location did not work: Index of /140410/products/licensed/superdat/english/intel
McAfee, Inc. - Downloads - Virus Protection - DAT Files - those are only for machines running VSE/ePO - are your machines running the consumer versions of McAfee software? If so they can't be updated in that manner.
Also They would have to be running Windows 7 SP1 and XP SP3.
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- Folks ,
thanks for trying help me.
All my systems are Win7 or WinXP SP3.
All have VirusScan Enterprise ver. 8.7 i hence I'm using VSE
I already tried on one machine to run xdat.exe and it works OK. I have to run it from command line: nnnnxdat.exe /F /silent and it did the job.
My problem is to find the location where I could download that package:
if I download from http://www.mcafee.com/apps/downloads/security-updates/security-updates.aspx file is OK
If I download from http://download.nai.com/products/licensed/superdat/english/intel/ file is not good for usage. I don't know what that file is ... it has the same name as the previous one but it does not work.
Hence my question is: I can't use my script to download file from http://www.mcafee.com/apps/downloads/security-updates/security-updates.aspx and my request is: could someone point me to the site where I could download , that site should have index for download
FYI: I figured out the problem and fixed it.
The problem was that in python script when I opened file for download I used open('w') while it should be open('wb') i.e. using in binary mode.
Thanks for all your advices
Glad you are OK now.