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We basically have 3 definition types, we have a full update which is about 65MB in size (as of this writing) and we have a delta update which is about 3MB in size (as of this writing) as well as a NIS full definition update which is also about 3MB in size.We know that the 65MB update is for new clients as well as clients that have definition updates older than 2 months.The binary delta definition file is generally 1-15MB in size and is used if your client is more than a month behind in its definition updates.The delta definition file is generally 1-15MB in size (usually smaller than the binary delta definition file) and it installed typically on a daily basis (released 3 times a day).

For each software update you wish to deploy, you have to add it to a deployment package as well as a deployment.So now that we know the files we're dealing with, let's put this together.First thing we need to do is setup a process to download the definition files automatically.More information about the definition files can be found at: One thing to keep in mind about the definition files is that these files can be downloaded manually EXCEPT for the Binary Delta Definition files.I'm still trying to track down a link to download these files, and when I do, I'll make sure to post an update here.

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