My comment:- Heart beat is for like wake up call for the user's ,
Senario is:- if we implement the Push mode then heart beat will work , if yes the after how much time is default is set for that
By default the hearbeat is 5 mins in PULL mode
In PUSH mode there is a constant connection between the SEPM and the client. The default setting is push mode. If you select pull mode, then by default, clients connect to the management server every 5 minutes
The SEP client heartbeat interval is normally controlled by communications policies set at the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager (SEPM). In certain situations, the SEP client will decrease its heartbeat interval to a value between 0 and 60 seconds. The purpose of this accelerated heartbeat is to ensure that critical updates and content are delivered to clients in as timely a manner as possible. Once the client is able to download the content update or package requested, the client will then re-apply the heartbeat interval configured at the SEPM level. It is not possible to configure clients' Accelerated Heartbeat intervals.
The SEP client can enter an accelerated heartbeat period for several reasons:
My comment is ok for hearbeat if you read the article.
Yes the comment is OK. Is the question answered?
Yes its okay
If your clients are in pull mode say 20 mins
if you make it to PUSH Mode, the it would take is 20 mins to have all the clients in PUSH mode
In Pull Mode it's 5 mins
However, if you are planning to deploy SEPM on Windows XP, it is recommended to extend it to even 30-60 minutes due to internal Windows XP limitations as per the following article:
Best practices guide for installing the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager (SEPM) on a Windows XP operating system"
Does any of these conditions to enter an accelerated heartbeat include the client changing the Location (e.g. getting on a VPN)?
As far I know accelerated heartbeat will not be triggered for location change.
Even if the location change provokes some (e.g. LiveUpdate) policy change?
might be this link helps