TEM and Sophos not updating

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sphester
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TEM and Sophos not updating

Postby sphester » Mon Oct 15, 2012 1:04 pm

Hi All

Does anyone have any idea on why TEM would not update nor the anti virus.

I've a had a unit contact me saying its been failing on an update for a number of weeks. Screen shots attached

Thanks

Simon
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Postby jdlessley » Mon Oct 15, 2012 2:46 pm

While it looks like your screenshots are from a Windows 7 system I had similar issues with a Windows XP system. While I was investigating I found that Sophos had a false positive for its own updater files and had deleted them. I solved my Sophos problem by running the 'FixIssues.exe' found at the Sophos knowledge article Fixing Sophos AutoUpdate after required files were deleted or moved by Sophos Anti-Virus due to a false positive.

I haven't found a solution to the TEM update issue.
JD Lessley
Have you tried finding your answer on the LDS.org Help Center page or the LDSTech wiki?

sphester
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Postby sphester » Thu Oct 18, 2012 10:35 pm

After emailing the global service centre address my ticket somehow ended up with the hardware team. Well they just told me to to e-mail mlssupport@lds.org.

After sending them an e-mail they just told me to download the latest version from MLS.lds.org > can;t see how that will work but will give it go.

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Solution/Fix/Workaround for SOPHOS (and TEMS) problems!

Postby aberglun » Fri Oct 19, 2012 1:33 pm

It appears that SOPHOS 9.5 stopped updating in mid Sept. I tried uninstalling, but found it not listed. It's not running fully, and not on the right side of the Task Bar, and all the update options are no longer available.

The work around appears to be this:
1 - Go to http://www.lds.org > Resources > Callings > Melchizedek Priesthood > Record-Keeping and Technology Support > Applications, then login.
2 - Download the Download Desktop Management Software (TEMS) [most current], and the Download Desktop Security Software (Sophos) [ver. 10, most current]. DO NOT download from mls.lds.org , the files are not current.
3 - Install the latest TEMS. Reboot. Eventually, it might take an hour, the Trivoli Endpoint Manager Support Center icon will appear on the far right of the Task Bar. Double click on it.
4 - Click on the Sophos Shh/Updater-B false positive FIX, then click Accept.
5 - You may need to reboot. Then click on the Sophos AV / FW -v10 - T III, then click Accept. This took nearly 55 minutes to install with an Internet connection!!!?
6 - Open up the new ver. 10 Sophos and do a "Scan my computer", and you should be all set.

Besides originally trying to uninstall SOPHOS, I tried installing over SOPHOS with ver. 9.5 and ver. 10; neither worked because of the SOPHOS problem which kept killing the installation programs via False Positives.

All the best,
Alan :-)

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Postby Rick.Winterton » Sat Oct 20, 2012 5:38 am

Suggestions for solving Sophos problems:

Go to the FamilySearch: Support tools page: https://familysearch.org/remote/support.html.
1. Download the Sophos FixIssues Script from that page and run it. That fixed Sophos on all 12 of my ward/branch administrative computers and on 3 Family History computers. You can download this directly from Sophos, also.
2. If you have to uninstall Sophos in preparation for reinstallation, download the Sophos uninstaller. It's a hack and you'll probably get some errors, but it might work. Do not use the Sophos_FHC_Installers to install Sophos on ward/branch or stake administrative computers. Use the downloads from http://www.lds.org/mls/login.
3. I have one computer that simply refuses to be fixed. It's a Family History computer, so it looks like I'm going to have to reload Windows on that machine.

Rick

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Postby rolandc » Sat Oct 20, 2012 12:26 pm

Out 47 computers across the stake i have had three that would not repair, my XP image backup had them fixed in less than an hour per machine.
Roland


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