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Age of Symantec Endpoint Protection Virus Defs
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current date - (it as date) of (last 2 of it as string & " " & (first 2 of last 5 of it as integer as month as three letters as string) & " " & first 4 of it as string) of (value "LatestVirusDefsDate" of key "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Symantec\Symantec Endpoint Protection\CurrentVersion\public-opstate" of native registry as string)

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ID3020339
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TitleAge of Symantec Endpoint Protection Virus Defs
KeywordsSymantec Endpoint Protection Virus Definitions Defs Age SEP
DescriptionReports back the age of Symantec Endpoint Protection virus definitions in days of age. This should handle WOW64 redirection automatically. Valid for SEP v12.1.1100+ As with any client relevance, this evaluates on the client and only gives valid results when the client is reporting in. Best for quickly identifying endpoints which are not updating SEP virus definitions.
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Raku -
yes mine is version 14, is there another relevant which works on Version 14, please advice
rdshift -
Raku - it is possible that this may not work for version 14. What version are you using?
Raku -
Hi i have try the relevant but its not applicable, pls advice current date - (it as date) of (last 2 of it as string & " " & (first 2 of last 5 of it as integer as month as three letters as string) & " " & first 4 of it as string) of (value "LatestVirusDefsDate" of key "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Symantec\Symantec Endpoint Protection\CurrentVersion\public-opstate" of native registry as string)
jgstew -
Related: https://bigfix.me/analysis/details/2994621
jgstew -
This will technically be wrong if the computer hasn't reported in recently. It is best to report in on the date of the definitions and then use session relevance to calculate how old it is, or do both. You would have to take the value this gives plus the time since the last report time to get an accurate number, but it is easier to go the other way.