Author Topic: "Update Failed" Messages on Win XP  (Read 35562 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

REDACTED

  • Guest
Re: "Update Failed" Messages on Win XP
« Reply #45 on: November 26, 2015, 08:54:38 AM »
On 16. November I get the following message from AVAST:

Quote
Hello,

On the troubled machines please download the vpsupd.exe on those machines and it should fix the issue for the short term and later this month the new Program update for Endpoint will be released which will resolve the issue for all machines along with fixing some other small minor bus.

You can download the file below. **Please be sure to disconnect those XP machines from the default group so they do not receive any automatic updates which will undo the fix. We should have this issue resolved with the upcoming program update.

I hope this provides some solution for the meantime.

http://files.avast.com/iavs5x/vpsupd.exe

The reason for this tool is to delete all previous VPS files from avast and it enables the client to download new ones so it should remove the problem with not enough space.

Unfortunately you will need to run this manual update each day until the new program update is released.  However, if you like you can migrate to our new Business Security product. 

In all honesty it provides more flexibility in the management of different operating systems, lighter on resources not needing a localized database and cloud managed along with all the most up to date consumer features as well as business grade solutions.

It's a free cloud managed security product supporting PC's, Mac's and Windows File Servers (Exchange Servers Optional).  This product has many advantages.  One,  its cloud managed requiring no dedicated equipment or servers for you to managed it which allows you to manage the clients regardless if on a Domain or Workgroup environment and will continue working regardless if your on your network or not.  Two, it's very easy to use - you'll be able to signup and install your first account in five minutes or less.

You can sign up online and get instant access.  http://www.avast.com/business

Keep in mind that any existing security software will have to be removed before installing Avast for Business. I recommend removing via your console's uninstall task or if you have stand alone machines to use the following tool below which is our uninstall tool. 

https://www.avast.com/en-us/uninstall-utility unless you used a GPO or other management software to un-install.

In hoping that you do like the new business product we would honor the remaining coverage on your license and migrate the credit to use for the Premium product until your credit runs out in which case you can pay a monthly fee for the Premier usage or continue to use the Free version.  As this product is licenseless you can install the client on as many seats as you choose, there is no limitation.   

To move from Endpoint to Avast for Business please log into the cloud portal below and setup the account.

1. Log into your cloud portal. https://id.avast.com/en-us/login?target=https%3A%2F%2Fbusiness.avast.com%3A443%2F
2. Add a device then at the top right hand side of page click 'Try Premium' to activate the 14 day trial.
3. Please enter a valid credit card. (You will not be billed)
4. Then activate Premium on your devices. The workstations will have to be rebooted to confirm subscription change.
5. Just contact us at absfeedback@avast.com for any further questions about migrating current subscription to Free for Business for the remaining time on your license and we will transfer the credits from your Endpoint account to the Avast for Business.

OR

Just wait until later the Endpoint update to it's new release month of November. 

Again, we apologize and more than understand the inconvenience as we are working as fast as possible to update the client which even I agree is over due.   

Very Sorry,

Kind Regards,

Che'Johnson

So, everyone may deduct the conclusion.... i think we see a soft compel here to migrate our EPP to their new cloud based software.....because the promised update is still not here......  :(  :-\

Offline Asyn

  • Avast Überevangelist
  • Certainly Bot
  • *****
  • Posts: 76213
  • Urlaub/Vacation
    • >>>  Avast Forum - Deutschsprachiger Bereich  <<<
Re: "Update Failed" Messages on Win XP
« Reply #46 on: November 26, 2015, 11:58:18 AM »
W8.1 [x64] - Avast PremSec 22.7.7366.BC [UI.713] - Firefox ESR 91.11 [NS/uBO/PB] - Thunderbird 91.11
Avast-Tools: Secure Browser 103.0 - Cleanup 22.2 - SecureLine 5.18 - DriverUpdater 22.2 - CCleaner 6.01
Avast Wissenswertes (Downloads, Anleitungen & Infos): https://forum.avast.com/index.php?topic=60523.0

REDACTED

  • Guest
Re: "Update Failed" Messages on Win XP
« Reply #47 on: November 26, 2015, 08:33:55 PM »
This may be off-topic but related anyway.
I now have exactly the described problems with my WinXP pc's. On my Win7 pc's, I don't use Avast, so no clue about that.
The difference from the other posts here, is that my XP's are standalone pc's with Avast free v7.0.1474.
The definition updating stopped working on the 11. october 2015, and afterwards the symptoms are exactly as described earlier in this thread.
The reason for writing this, is that I think the problem is in the definition signatures, since my program has not been updated.
I checked the ashupd.exe, and it is dated 30oct2012. The other files are also old, so the problem is not related to updated program files.
Of course I don't  expect Avast to care about definition update bugs introduced to version 7.0.1474, so this post is only made in the hope that it may help
the IT-admins, who now suffer from this major bug, to find a solution.
And to the Evangelists: Yes, I know that WinXP and Avast 7 are are extremely dangerous, and should be updated  ;)

Offline Asyn

  • Avast Überevangelist
  • Certainly Bot
  • *****
  • Posts: 76213
  • Urlaub/Vacation
    • >>>  Avast Forum - Deutschsprachiger Bereich  <<<
Re: "Update Failed" Messages on Win XP
« Reply #48 on: November 27, 2015, 06:51:40 AM »
...so this post is only made in the hope that it may help the IT-admins, who now suffer from this major bug, to find a solution.
The solution is to update to the latest Beta, follow the link in Reply #46.
W8.1 [x64] - Avast PremSec 22.7.7366.BC [UI.713] - Firefox ESR 91.11 [NS/uBO/PB] - Thunderbird 91.11
Avast-Tools: Secure Browser 103.0 - Cleanup 22.2 - SecureLine 5.18 - DriverUpdater 22.2 - CCleaner 6.01
Avast Wissenswertes (Downloads, Anleitungen & Infos): https://forum.avast.com/index.php?topic=60523.0

REDACTED

  • Guest
Re: "Update Failed" Messages on Win XP
« Reply #49 on: November 27, 2015, 02:55:13 PM »
See: https://forum.avast.com/index.php?topic=179623.0

Thanks Asyn, I see Avast posted a "Beta" update today, and this is nice, but two little things bothers me still:

Nr. 1:
Quote
We encourage you to begin testing as soon as possible to help us identify any potential bugs or issues before our official release date, which is set to 9th of December.

Nr. 2:
Quote
**There is no restriction on this public beta however please note that this should be used in testing environments as this is not a final release and you may experience unexpected results.

I know that I'm ungrateful and twitchy but why WE do the testing phase with "unexpected results" in our business related environment where every wasted minutes has a price...  ???

Sorry but I still waiting the final relase which now **officially** dated 9th of December.... (exactly 3 months!! after the first error report)  :P

Offline Asyn

  • Avast Überevangelist
  • Certainly Bot
  • *****
  • Posts: 76213
  • Urlaub/Vacation
    • >>>  Avast Forum - Deutschsprachiger Bereich  <<<
Re: "Update Failed" Messages on Win XP
« Reply #50 on: November 28, 2015, 05:28:03 AM »
You're welcome.
W8.1 [x64] - Avast PremSec 22.7.7366.BC [UI.713] - Firefox ESR 91.11 [NS/uBO/PB] - Thunderbird 91.11
Avast-Tools: Secure Browser 103.0 - Cleanup 22.2 - SecureLine 5.18 - DriverUpdater 22.2 - CCleaner 6.01
Avast Wissenswertes (Downloads, Anleitungen & Infos): https://forum.avast.com/index.php?topic=60523.0

Offline Infratech Solutions

  • Avast Reseller
  • Super Poster
  • *
  • Posts: 2194
  • Mayorista e integrador de AVAST Software en España
    • Ciberseguridad AVAST para empresas y MSPs en España.
Re: "Update Failed" Messages on Win XP
« Reply #51 on: November 28, 2015, 11:55:11 AM »
Quote
**There is no restriction on this public beta however please note that this should be used in testing environments as this is not a final release and you may experience unexpected results.

Some weeks ago, some resellers had a first private beta to test before this new public beta. AVAST Software is working in this upgrade for some time.

Quote
We encourage you to begin testing as soon as possible to help us identify any potential bugs or issues before our official release date, which is set to 9th of December.

It's not mandatory to test this beta version, but it can be good for small environments to resolve, temporally, XP and Windows 10 problems. As I mentioned before, a previous private version has been tested, but every customer is different, every network is different, every machine is different... so when more people test the beta in their different environments, more easy to detect bugs, better for all.
« Last Edit: November 28, 2015, 12:02:17 PM by Infratech Solutions »

REDACTED

  • Guest
Re: "Update Failed" Messages on Win XP
« Reply #52 on: December 05, 2015, 12:16:49 AM »
So after several months of waiting we finally get an updated version and it's had zero effect on the problem, still getting an error updating on XP PC's  ::)

Maybe in another 3 months we'll get another beta which actually fixes the issue :P

Offline drake127

  • Avast team
  • Sr. Member
  • *
  • Posts: 324
Re: "Update Failed" Messages on Win XP
« Reply #53 on: December 05, 2015, 01:47:08 AM »
@MavenIT: The nice part about being a pessimist is that you are constantly being either proven right or pleasantly surprised. I hope to prove you wrong, give it few more days, all right?

Offline Infratech Solutions

  • Avast Reseller
  • Super Poster
  • *
  • Posts: 2194
  • Mayorista e integrador de AVAST Software en España
    • Ciberseguridad AVAST para empresas y MSPs en España.
Re: "Update Failed" Messages on Win XP
« Reply #54 on: December 06, 2015, 01:01:34 PM »
Are we going to have the XP issue fixed on December 9th with the final release? We only have to wait 3 days.

Offline drake127

  • Avast team
  • Sr. Member
  • *
  • Posts: 324
Re: "Update Failed" Messages on Win XP
« Reply #55 on: December 06, 2015, 02:22:57 PM »
Are we going to have the XP issue fixed on December 9th with the final release? We only have to wait 3 days.
Unless something goes awry, yes.

REDACTED

  • Guest
Re: "Update Failed" Messages on Win XP
« Reply #56 on: December 07, 2015, 12:29:46 AM »
@MavenIT: The nice part about being a pessimist is that you are constantly being either proven right or pleasantly surprised. I hope to prove you wrong, give it few more days, all right?

Your comment shows that you don't appreciate how serious this problem is.

If I was a home user using the free version and there was a major problem that still wasn't fixed after 3 months then I wouldn't be too upset, after all it hadn't cost me anything. This is an issue with a product that businesses have paid a lot of money for which they rely on to keep their PC's secure. Having spent that money they expect a high level of support.

I run a PC support company and advise my customers on what products to use. It doesn't reflect well on me when they've just bought a 2 year license for something and shortly afterwards a major fault is found. I then have to keep telling them don't worry Avast will have a fix for it soon.

How many of those do you think will want to renew their licenses when the time comes?

How can I recommend to other customers they switch to Avast when I can't be sure that any issues they have will be dealt with swiftly?

Offline drake127

  • Avast team
  • Sr. Member
  • *
  • Posts: 324
Re: "Update Failed" Messages on Win XP
« Reply #57 on: December 07, 2015, 02:30:14 PM »
I appreciate the seriousness of this issue but I am a developer in quite a big company nowadays. I cannot (positively) influence release scheduling, product support or public relations. I cannot answer your rhetorical questions but I could talk extensively about this particular problem.

Unfortunately, there is no simple fix or workaround I could offer for legacy systems (Windows XP/2003 x86). You need to wait for new release which incorporates several independent fixes for this problem with public beta containing first set of them. It just wasn't enough (though it fixed those two computers running Windows XP x64).

REDACTED

  • Guest
Re: "Update Failed" Messages on Win XP
« Reply #58 on: December 10, 2015, 09:26:59 AM »

REDACTED

  • Guest
Re: "Update Failed" Messages on Win XP
« Reply #59 on: December 11, 2015, 10:39:18 AM »
...and now the VPS mirror not function the last good is version 9.12.2015 - 151209-0
 :( :( :(
no errors, no updates, last VPS 10.12.2015 - 151210-0

avast!Enterprise 8.0.378 updated today morning
avast 8.0.1606


Mirror status  from today:
Code: [Select]
=========================================
avast! Mirror
=========================================

Mirror folder: C:\Program Files\AVAST Software\Enterprise Administration\Mirror\mirror

Mirroring products: abp,ais



Current versions in mirror:

avast! Endpoint Protection: 8.0.1606 (Dec 09, 2015)

Virus database: 151209-0 (Dec 09, 2015)

and mirror log from today:
Code: [Select]
11.12.2015 09:20:25.000 1449822025 (null) Started: 11.12.2015, 09:20:25
11.12.2015 09:20:25.000 1449822025 (null) Running mirror_w32-0 (0)
11.12.2015 09:20:25.000 1449822025 (null) Operating system: Windows 7 ver 6.1, build 7601, sp 1.0 [Service Pack 1] SERVER
11.12.2015 09:20:25.000 1449822025 (null) Memory: 22% load. Phys:3234976/4193848K free, Page:4194303/4194303K free, Virt:2049400/2097024K free
11.12.2015 09:20:25.000 1449822025 (null) Computer WinName: VMWAVAST
11.12.2015 09:20:25.000 1449822025 (null) Windows Net User: SYSTEM
11.12.2015 09:20:25.000 1449822025 (null) Operation set to INST_OP_MIRROR_MIRROR
11.12.2015 09:20:25.000 1449822025 (null) Using temp: C:\Windows\TEMP\_av_mirrI.tm~a01928 (10040M free)
11.12.2015 09:20:25.000 1449822025 (null) Computer DnsName: VMWAVAST
11.12.2015 09:20:25.000 1449822025 (null) Computer Ip Addr: 192.168.222.17
11.12.2015 09:20:25.000 1449822025 (null) scr: mirror begin...
11.12.2015 09:20:25.000 1449822025 (null) SYNCER: Type: no proxy
11.12.2015 09:20:25.000 1449822025 (null) SYNCER: Auth: no authentication
11.12.2015 09:20:25.000 1449822025 (null) GUID: 42faab2d-92ee-457f-818e-e7419cdf94ed
11.12.2015 09:20:25.000 1449822025 (null) scr: Mirroring...
11.12.2015 09:20:25.000 1449822025 (null) Server definition(s) loaded for 'main': 29 (maintenance:0)
11.12.2015 09:20:25.000 1449822025 (null) SelectCurrent: selected server 'Download t5085699 AVAST5 Server' from 'main'
11.12.2015 09:20:25.000 1449822025 (null) scr: Using server: http://t5085699.iavs5x.u.avast.com/iavs5x
11.12.2015 09:20:25.000 1449822025 (null) HttpGetWinsock(http://t5085699.iavs5x.u.avast.com/iavs5x/servers.def)
11.12.2015 09:20:26.000 1449822026 (null) GetFileWithRetry: servers.def downloaded .
11.12.2015 09:20:26.000 1449822026 (null) servers.def not changed, 1444204600
11.12.2015 09:20:26.000 1449822026 (null) Server definition(s) loaded for 'main': 29 (maintenance:0)
11.12.2015 09:20:26.000 1449822026 (null) SelectCurrent: selected server 'Download x4263354 AVAST5 Server' from 'main'
11.12.2015 09:20:26.000 1449822026 (null) scr: Using server: http://x4263354.iavs5x.u.avast.com/iavs5x
11.12.2015 09:20:26.000 1449822026 (null) HttpGetWinsock(http://x4263354.iavs5x.u.avast.com/iavs5x/jollyroger.vpx)
11.12.2015 09:20:26.000 1449822026 (null) GetFileWithRetry: jollyroger.vpx downloaded .
11.12.2015 09:20:26.000 1449822026 (null) jollyroger.vpx not changed, 1449664957
11.12.2015 09:20:26.000 1449822026 (null) HttpGetWinsock(http://x4263354.iavs5x.u.avast.com/iavs5x/mirror.def)
11.12.2015 09:20:26.000 1449822026 (null) GetFileWithRetry: mirror.def downloaded .
11.12.2015 09:20:26.000 1449822026 (null) mirror.def not changed, 1449669113
11.12.2015 09:20:27.000 1449822027 (null) scr: Setting product 'abp' files (652 of 657 set)
11.12.2015 09:20:31.000 1449822031 (null) scr: Resetting existing files (reset 652 files, leaving 0 files).
11.12.2015 09:20:31.000 1449822031 (null) Server definition(s) loaded for 'main': 29 (maintenance:0)
11.12.2015 09:20:31.000 1449822031 (null) SelectCurrent: selected server 'Download x4263354 AVAST5 Server' from 'main'
11.12.2015 09:20:31.000 1449822031 (null) scr: Using server: http://x4263354.iavs5x.u.avast.com/iavs5x
11.12.2015 09:20:31.000 1449822031 (null) scr: mirroring 'abp' - nothing to do.
11.12.2015 09:20:31.000 1449822031 (null) scr: Setting product 'ais' files (4 of 657 set)
11.12.2015 09:20:31.000 1449822031 (null) scr: Resetting existing files (reset 4 files, leaving 0 files).
11.12.2015 09:20:31.000 1449822031 (null) Server definition(s) loaded for 'main': 29 (maintenance:0)
11.12.2015 09:20:31.000 1449822031 (null) SelectCurrent: selected server 'Download g0512802 AVAST5 Server' from 'main'
11.12.2015 09:20:31.000 1449822031 (null) scr: Using server: http://g0512802.iavs5x.u.avast.com/iavs5x
11.12.2015 09:20:31.000 1449822031 (null) scr: mirroring 'ais' - nothing to do.
11.12.2015 09:20:31.000 1449822031 (null) scr: Mirroring done.
11.12.2015 09:20:31.000 1449822031 (null) Direct delete of file: C:\Windows\TEMP\_av_mirrI.tm~a01928\onefile
11.12.2015 09:20:32.000 1449822032 (null) scr: Sumarizing...
11.12.2015 09:20:33.000 1449822033 (null) scr: Setting product 'abp' files (652 of 657 set)
11.12.2015 09:20:33.000 1449822033 (null) scr: Setting product 'ais' files (653 of 657 set)
11.12.2015 09:20:33.000 1449822033 (null) Return code: 0x20000001 [Nothing done]
11.12.2015 09:20:33.000 1449822033 (null) Stopped: 11.12.2015, 09:20:33
11.12.2015 09:50:25.000 1449823825 (null) Started: 11.12.2015, 09:50:25
11.12.2015 09:50:25.000 1449823825 (null) Running mirror_w32-0 (0)
11.12.2015 09:50:25.000 1449823825 (null) Operating system: Windows 7 ver 6.1, build 7601, sp 1.0 [Service Pack 1] SERVER
11.12.2015 09:50:25.000 1449823825 (null) Memory: 23% load. Phys:3203888/4193848K free, Page:4194303/4194303K free, Virt:2049400/2097024K free
11.12.2015 09:50:25.000 1449823825 (null) Computer WinName: VMWAVAST
11.12.2015 09:50:25.000 1449823825 (null) Windows Net User: SYSTEM
11.12.2015 09:50:26.000 1449823826 (null) Operation set to INST_OP_MIRROR_MIRROR
11.12.2015 09:50:26.000 1449823826 (null) Using temp: C:\Windows\TEMP\_av_mirrI.tm~a03028 (10039M free)
11.12.2015 09:50:26.000 1449823826 (null) Computer DnsName: VMWAVAST
11.12.2015 09:50:26.000 1449823826 (null) Computer Ip Addr: 192.168.222.17
11.12.2015 09:50:26.000 1449823826 (null) scr: mirror begin...
11.12.2015 09:50:26.000 1449823826 (null) SYNCER: Type: no proxy
11.12.2015 09:50:26.000 1449823826 (null) SYNCER: Auth: no authentication
11.12.2015 09:50:26.000 1449823826 (null) GUID: 42faab2d-92ee-457f-818e-e7419cdf94ed
11.12.2015 09:50:26.000 1449823826 (null) scr: Mirroring...
11.12.2015 09:50:26.000 1449823826 (null) Server definition(s) loaded for 'main': 29 (maintenance:0)
11.12.2015 09:50:26.000 1449823826 (null) SelectCurrent: selected server 'Download f6645934 AVAST5 Server' from 'main'
11.12.2015 09:50:26.000 1449823826 (null) scr: Using server: http://f6645934.iavs5x.u.avast.com/iavs5x
11.12.2015 09:50:26.000 1449823826 (null) HttpGetWinsock(http://f6645934.iavs5x.u.avast.com/iavs5x/servers.def)
11.12.2015 09:50:26.000 1449823826 (null) GetFileWithRetry: servers.def downloaded .
11.12.2015 09:50:26.000 1449823826 (null) servers.def not changed, 1444204600
11.12.2015 09:50:26.000 1449823826 (null) Server definition(s) loaded for 'main': 29 (maintenance:0)
11.12.2015 09:50:26.000 1449823826 (null) SelectCurrent: selected server 'Download j8529562 AVAST5 Server' from 'main'
11.12.2015 09:50:26.000 1449823826 (null) scr: Using server: http://j8529562.iavs5x.u.avast.com/iavs5x
11.12.2015 09:50:26.000 1449823826 (null) HttpGetWinsock(http://j8529562.iavs5x.u.avast.com/iavs5x/jollyroger.vpx)
11.12.2015 09:50:26.000 1449823826 (null) GetFileWithRetry: jollyroger.vpx downloaded .
11.12.2015 09:50:26.000 1449823826 (null) jollyroger.vpx not changed, 1449664957
11.12.2015 09:50:26.000 1449823826 (null) HttpGetWinsock(http://j8529562.iavs5x.u.avast.com/iavs5x/mirror.def)
11.12.2015 09:50:26.000 1449823826 (null) GetFileWithRetry: mirror.def downloaded .
11.12.2015 09:50:26.000 1449823826 (null) mirror.def not changed, 1449669113
11.12.2015 09:50:28.000 1449823828 (null) scr: Setting product 'abp' files (652 of 657 set)
11.12.2015 09:50:31.000 1449823831 (null) scr: Resetting existing files (reset 652 files, leaving 0 files).
11.12.2015 09:50:32.000 1449823832 (null) Server definition(s) loaded for 'main': 29 (maintenance:0)
11.12.2015 09:50:32.000 1449823832 (null) SelectCurrent: selected server 'Download f6645934 AVAST5 Server' from 'main'
11.12.2015 09:50:32.000 1449823832 (null) scr: Using server: http://f6645934.iavs5x.u.avast.com/iavs5x
11.12.2015 09:50:32.000 1449823832 (null) scr: mirroring 'abp' - nothing to do.
11.12.2015 09:50:32.000 1449823832 (null) scr: Setting product 'ais' files (4 of 657 set)
11.12.2015 09:50:32.000 1449823832 (null) scr: Resetting existing files (reset 4 files, leaving 0 files).
11.12.2015 09:50:32.000 1449823832 (null) Server definition(s) loaded for 'main': 29 (maintenance:0)
11.12.2015 09:50:32.000 1449823832 (null) SelectCurrent: selected server 'Download k0578934 AVAST5 Server' from 'main'
11.12.2015 09:50:32.000 1449823832 (null) scr: Using server: http://k0578934.iavs5x.u.avast.com/iavs5x
11.12.2015 09:50:32.000 1449823832 (null) scr: mirroring 'ais' - nothing to do.
11.12.2015 09:50:32.000 1449823832 (null) scr: Mirroring done.
11.12.2015 09:50:32.000 1449823832 (null) Direct delete of file: C:\Windows\TEMP\_av_mirrI.tm~a03028\onefile
11.12.2015 09:50:32.000 1449823832 (null) scr: Sumarizing...
11.12.2015 09:50:33.000 1449823833 (null) scr: Setting product 'abp' files (652 of 657 set)
11.12.2015 09:50:33.000 1449823833 (null) scr: Setting product 'ais' files (653 of 657 set)
11.12.2015 09:50:33.000 1449823833 (null) Return code: 0x20000001 [Nothing done]
11.12.2015 09:50:33.000 1449823833 (null) Stopped: 11.12.2015, 09:50:33
11.12.2015 10:20:25.000 1449825625 (null) Started: 11.12.2015, 10:20:25
11.12.2015 10:20:25.000 1449825625 (null) Running mirror_w32-0 (0)
11.12.2015 10:20:25.000 1449825625 (null) Operating system: Windows 7 ver 6.1, build 7601, sp 1.0 [Service Pack 1] SERVER
11.12.2015 10:20:25.000 1449825625 (null) Memory: 22% load. Phys:3231976/4193848K free, Page:4194303/4194303K free, Virt:2049400/2097024K free
11.12.2015 10:20:25.000 1449825625 (null) Computer WinName: VMWAVAST
11.12.2015 10:20:25.000 1449825625 (null) Windows Net User: SYSTEM
11.12.2015 10:20:25.000 1449825625 (null) Operation set to INST_OP_MIRROR_MIRROR
11.12.2015 10:20:25.000 1449825625 (null) Using temp: C:\Windows\TEMP\_av_mirrI.tm~a03964 (10039M free)
11.12.2015 10:20:25.000 1449825625 (null) Computer DnsName: VMWAVAST
11.12.2015 10:20:25.000 1449825625 (null) Computer Ip Addr: 192.168.222.17
11.12.2015 10:20:25.000 1449825625 (null) scr: mirror begin...
11.12.2015 10:20:25.000 1449825625 (null) SYNCER: Type: no proxy
11.12.2015 10:20:25.000 1449825625 (null) SYNCER: Auth: no authentication
11.12.2015 10:20:25.000 1449825625 (null) GUID: 42faab2d-92ee-457f-818e-e7419cdf94ed
11.12.2015 10:20:25.000 1449825625 (null) scr: Mirroring...
11.12.2015 10:20:25.000 1449825625 (null) Server definition(s) loaded for 'main': 29 (maintenance:0)
11.12.2015 10:20:25.000 1449825625 (null) SelectCurrent: selected server 'Download x0553502 AVAST5 Server' from 'main'
11.12.2015 10:20:25.000 1449825625 (null) scr: Using server: http://x0553502.iavs5x.u.avast.com/iavs5x
11.12.2015 10:20:25.000 1449825625 (null) HttpGetWinsock(http://x0553502.iavs5x.u.avast.com/iavs5x/servers.def)
11.12.2015 10:20:25.000 1449825625 (null) GetFileWithRetry: servers.def downloaded .
11.12.2015 10:20:25.000 1449825625 (null) servers.def not changed, 1444204600
11.12.2015 10:20:25.000 1449825625 (null) Server definition(s) loaded for 'main': 29 (maintenance:0)
11.12.2015 10:20:25.000 1449825625 (null) SelectCurrent: selected server 'Download x4181316 AVAST5 Server' from 'main'
11.12.2015 10:20:25.000 1449825625 (null) scr: Using server: http://x4181316.iavs5x.u.avast.com/iavs5x
11.12.2015 10:20:25.000 1449825625 (null) HttpGetWinsock(http://x4181316.iavs5x.u.avast.com/iavs5x/jollyroger.vpx)
11.12.2015 10:20:25.000 1449825625 (null) GetFileWithRetry: jollyroger.vpx downloaded .
11.12.2015 10:20:25.000 1449825625 (null) jollyroger.vpx not changed, 1449664957
11.12.2015 10:20:25.000 1449825625 (null) HttpGetWinsock(http://x4181316.iavs5x.u.avast.com/iavs5x/mirror.def)
11.12.2015 10:20:25.000 1449825625 (null) GetFileWithRetry: mirror.def downloaded .
11.12.2015 10:20:25.000 1449825625 (null) mirror.def not changed, 1449669113
11.12.2015 10:20:27.000 1449825627 (null) scr: Setting product 'abp' files (652 of 657 set)
11.12.2015 10:20:30.000 1449825630 (null) scr: Resetting existing files (reset 652 files, leaving 0 files).
11.12.2015 10:20:30.000 1449825630 (null) Server definition(s) loaded for 'main': 29 (maintenance:0)
11.12.2015 10:20:30.000 1449825630 (null) SelectCurrent: selected server 'Download g0512802 AVAST5 Server' from 'main'
11.12.2015 10:20:31.000 1449825631 (null) scr: Using server: http://g0512802.iavs5x.u.avast.com/iavs5x
11.12.2015 10:20:31.000 1449825631 (null) scr: mirroring 'abp' - nothing to do.
11.12.2015 10:20:31.000 1449825631 (null) scr: Setting product 'ais' files (4 of 657 set)
11.12.2015 10:20:31.000 1449825631 (null) scr: Resetting existing files (reset 4 files, leaving 0 files).
11.12.2015 10:20:31.000 1449825631 (null) Server definition(s) loaded for 'main': 29 (maintenance:0)
11.12.2015 10:20:31.000 1449825631 (null) SelectCurrent: selected server 'Download x4181316 AVAST5 Server' from 'main'
11.12.2015 10:20:31.000 1449825631 (null) scr: Using server: http://x4181316.iavs5x.u.avast.com/iavs5x
11.12.2015 10:20:31.000 1449825631 (null) scr: mirroring 'ais' - nothing to do.
11.12.2015 10:20:31.000 1449825631 (null) scr: Mirroring done.
11.12.2015 10:20:31.000 1449825631 (null) Direct delete of file: C:\Windows\TEMP\_av_mirrI.tm~a03964\onefile
11.12.2015 10:20:31.000 1449825631 (null) scr: Sumarizing...
11.12.2015 10:20:32.000 1449825632 (null) scr: Setting product 'abp' files (652 of 657 set)
11.12.2015 10:20:32.000 1449825632 (null) scr: Setting product 'ais' files (653 of 657 set)
11.12.2015 10:20:32.000 1449825632 (null) Return code: 0x20000001 [Nothing done]
11.12.2015 10:20:32.000 1449825632 (null) Stopped: 11.12.2015, 10:20:32

:(