Your virus definitions are currently out of date. Contact your system administrator on how to update them. When I try to Google it, most links come up with this being a Symantec problem. Experts Exchange Solution brought to you by. Experts Exchange gives me answers from people who do know a lot about one thing, in a easy to use platform. This issue can be resolved by ensuring that the virus definition policy used by affected clients provides enough time before warning about outdated definitions. The configured time should be no lower than the amount of time it takes all clients in the environment to receive updated definitions plus one day. This notification continues to pop up until the definitions are current as defined by the SEPM policy. To avoid seeing this message more than once on the client, on the pop-up notification window, click Don't remind me again until after the next updateand then click Close.
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A pop-up warning message titled: "Old Virus Definition File". Set the Days before a warning appears in Symantec Endpoint Protection value to the number of days calculated as "safe" for the affected clients. If you want to display a pop-up message on the client computer. When virus definition file is older than a configured number of days a popup message can be send to end user to make him aware, that his system is not protected anymore in the best possible way. This message only has the option to close it via a close button.
.A pop-up warning message titled: "Old Virus Definition File". The default message displayed is: "Your virus definitions are currently out of date. Contact your system administrator on how to update them.". Oct 25, - We have had more than a month that the Virus Definition is not updated. I have already done Solution. If you can see the files that I attached?
Re: The virus definition file is more than 30 days old. Updating to a new virus definition file ...
.I was getting automatic updates installed every Friday night until 3 weeks ago. Then I stopped getting the automatic updates and the message "The virus definition file is more than 30 days old. Updating to a new virus definition file will catch the most recent viruses" displayed every time I start up my computer. I suspected they was something wrong and ran a complete virus check with Norton Antivirus corporate addition.I need these completely turn off, because I monitor this with a weekly report. I found a Symantec document and followed the directions but I still get the email.