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Using the Domain Update Scheduling tool in OfficeScan (OSCE)

    • Updated:
    • 17 Oct 2016
    • Product/Version:
    • OfficeScan 10.6
    • OfficeScan 11.0
    • OfficeScan XG.All
    • Platform:
    • Windows 2003 Enterprise
    • Windows 2008 Enterprise
Summary

Follow the steps in this article when you encounter issues running the Domain Update Scheduling tool in OSCE.

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To use the tool:

 
Record the client tree domain names and update schedules.
  1. Go to ..\PCCSRV\Admin\Utility\DomainScheduledUpdate.
  2. Copy these files and paste them in the ..\PCCSRV\ folder:
    • DomainSetting.ini
    • dsu_convert.exe
  3. Open DomainSetting.ini in a text editor and modify the settings. Detailed configuration instructions are provided in the .ini file. Example:

    [Bff]
    ScheduleUpdateInterval=10080
    ScheduleUpdateStartWeekday=2
    ScheduleUpdateStartHour=14
    ScheduleUpdateStartMin=30
    ScheduleUpdateCompletePeriod=120
    ScheduledUpdateEnableUpdateConfigurationsOnlyOncePerDay=0

    [Workgroup]
    ScheduleUpdateInterval=10080
    ScheduleUpdateStartWeekday=1
    ScheduleUpdateStartHour=14
    ScheduleUpdateStartMin=30
    ScheduleUpdateCompletePeriod=120
    ScheduledUpdateEnableUpdateConfigurationsOnlyOncePerDay=0

  4. Save and close the file.
  5. Open the command prompt as an administrator and run the following command:

    dsu_convert.exe DomainSetting.ini

  6. Make sure that "Done" appears at each line:

    C:\Program Files (x86)\Trend Micro\OfficeScan\PCCSRV>dsu_convert.exe DomainSetting.ini
    Retrieving domain names in "DomainSetting.ini"... Done.
    Retrieving configurations in "DomainSetting.ini"... Done.
    Converting configurations to the correct format... Done.
    Removing previous configurations in "ofcscan.ini"... Done.
    Adding new configurations in "ofcscan.ini"... Done.

  7. Click Save to deploy the setting located under Global client settings in the OSCE server console.
 
Make sure that scheduled update is enabled on the client.

To verify the settings:

  1. Open ..\PCCSRV\ofcscan.ini under [Global Setting]. Example:

    DSU_count=2
    DSU_Domains_1=c55d1784-1a0e-4f40-9ce6-4ce60992965f
    DSU_ScheduleUpdateInterval_1=10080
    DSU_ScheduleUpdateStartWeekday_1=2
    DSU_ScheduleUpdateStartHour_1=14
    DSU_ScheduleUpdateStartMin_1=30
    DSU_ScheduleUpdateCompletePeriod_1=120
    DSU_ScheduledUpdateEnableUpdateConfigurationsOnlyOncePerDay_1=0
    DSU_Domains_2=b1c39eb1-8a2f-4c81-88dd-f0250fcca698
    DSU_ScheduleUpdateInterval_2=10080
    DSU_ScheduleUpdateStartWeekday_2=1
    DSU_ScheduleUpdateStartHour_2=14
    DSU_ScheduleUpdateStartMin_2=30
    DSU_ScheduleUpdateCompletePeriod_2=120
    DSU_ScheduledUpdateEnableUpdateConfigurationsOnlyOncePerDay_2=0

  2. Under the client's registry, check the values under ..\TrendMicro\PC-cillinNTCorp\CurrentVersion\Schedule Update.
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Solution Id:
1102317
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