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Rules automatically created for the program: Symantec LiveUpdate part 2
posted by Colleen Shirazi, Friday, September 28, 2007 at 9:53 AM (Pacific)

I can see this is going to turn into a saga.

I tried this last night: Rules automatically created for the program: Symantec LiveUpdate. It worked last night.

After I booted up again this morning, the popup reappeared. Tried this:

(Okay, it was in Google Answers, now I can't find it. It involved running the same program scan, then manually configuring the LiveUpdate entries to "permit all," then restarting the computer.)

This doesn't work either.

I highly suspect one of the Symantec updates screwed it up in the first place. I don't know if it's sheer incompetence, or a sordid attempt to force Norton users to "upgrade" to a newer version of NIS, but it SUCKS. It's UNNECESSARY, there should be NOTHING TO FIX.

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