Intrusion Protection defends your PC from web-based attacks so y Enter your state hereou can surf with confidence.And new Vulnerability Protection blocks security holes in your PC’s operating system, applications, browsers, and browser plug-ins to prevent hackers from exploiting them.We are experiencing significant reduction in file transfer rate and network speed with in our LAN between Virtual Machines running Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 guest OSs, Symantec Endpoint Protection (SEP) installed is 12.1.2015.2015.VMs with all features of SEP installed have file transfer speed of about 30 MB/sec vs 120 MB/sec with no SEP installed.
What are best practices for deployment (I did successfully package and deploy SEP using the client package and it managed with no issue, but I'd still like to find out if there is anything I'm missing)?
"Machines may continue to blue screen after they reboot.
This problem only appears to occur on Windows XP machines." The affected products included Symantec Endpoint Protection 12.1 and its small-business and cloud-based variants, all of which are centrally managed products for corporate IT departments, and the consumer products Norton 360, versions 4 through 6, and Norton 2010, 20.
All VMs are x64 and the ethernet adapters are VMXNET 3, VMWare tools are installed and updated to the latest versions.
Virtualization Host CPU usage is 20% and Memory Usage is 40% during the test. The only article I found on the subject was https://www-secure.symantec.com/connect/forums/sep-121-ru2-windows-server-2012-vm-singnificantly-reduced-performance.