[access-uk] Re: Updating NAV Live update

Lol Douglas - you can say that again!

As I said in the opening message to this thread, I downloaded everything =
it
needed too (at least I think so), and still I'm left with V 1.9 of the
engine. I do have an FTP link supposedly to the executable of the latest
version, but I wanted to make some enquiries as to whether this was the
right way to go or not.

Cheers,

Mark

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-----Original Message-----
From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf =
Of
Douglas Harrison
Sent: 12 August 2004 08:26
To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [access-uk] Re: Updating NAV Live update


Mark,
Out of curiosity I just checked in Add/Remove and I appear to have the =
2.0
version of=20
Live Update. And I have simply let it download and install what it =
wanted to
do!  I also=20
notice an entry for the mysterious WMII update which I had not seen
previously. The ways of Symantec are indeed puzzling!

Douglas
=20
On 11 Aug 2004 at 23:37, Mark Matthews wrote:

> Hi,
>=20
> Lately on another list, there's been a considerable amount of talk=20
> about updating the NAV Live update engine to the current version (2).=20
> =3D According to the info I'm seeing in Add/remove, I still have 1.9=20
> installed, but got =3D the updates for SP2 this afternoon, presumably=20
> without difficulty.
>=20
> However should this engine be updated, and is there anything I need to =

> =3D do prior to doing so? I've looked in the Symantec KB, but although =

> its =3D probably staring me right in the face couldn't find anything=20
> relevant.
>=20
> I guess it would stand to reason why the update isn't available=20
> through =3D live update itself, because the actual component there's =
an=20
> update for is in =3D use, but I could be wrong here.
>=20
> Cheers,
>=20

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