Last Modified: 7/22/2016
Mac OS X
This article contains important information about known issues of high or medium rating that are outstanding with this product release. This article will be updated if new issues are identified post-release or if additional information becomes available. To read the Release Notes, see PD23871.
Release to World (RTW): July 23, 2012
NOTE: The ePolicy Orchestrator (ePO) extensions for VirusScan for Mac 9.2 are posted separately on the Product Downloads site. The following list provides the versions of the respective extensions:
These are the same as the previous VirusScan for Mac 9.1 Patch 1 release. Therefore, if you are upgrading from 9.1 Patch 1 and you already have these extensions in ePO, there is no need to check them in again.
Documented Known Issues
There are no critical issues at this time.
|Reference Number||Related Article||Issue Description|
|772960||KB75721||Issue: Upgrade from VirusScan for Mac 8.6.1 to VirusScan for Mac 9.2 causes a VShieldEPOInterface crash.
Workaround: Restart the Mac.
|773285||KB75724||Issue: VirusScan for Mac 9.2 shows as being configured in Mountain Lion Notifications Center.
Workaround: See the related article.
|821823||Issue: The On-access Scan may not scan the network mounted home directories correctly.
Solution: Resolved in Hotfix.
|833397||KB77748||Issue: Dashboard shows your Mac is at risk.
Solution: Resolved in Hotfix. See related article.