A: Yes, customers currently using ENS 10.2.0 or 10.5.0 who update to ENS 10.2.1 and 10.5.1 will receive an update to the 5900 Engine.A: The concept of engine updates has changed with AMCore technology; they are no longer separate packages from content.No additional action is required to update the engine.The instructions provided in KB88809 apply to customers interested in evaluating the engine before the mandatory release starting May 4, 2017 Q: Will the upcoming ENS 10.2.1 and 10.5.1 patches include the 5900 Engine update?If you elect to download the DAT package for your product manually via the Security Updates page will need to know whether you require either the V2 or the V3 DAT. The new architecture used in Endpoint Security for Windows required structural changes to the DAT.
With the introduction of the V3 DAT, Mc Afee will be supporting two independent DAT packages at the same time.
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When AMCore content requires an update to any one of its engines used during scanning, the engine update is included in the V3 content update releases.
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