This article describes Microsoft Forefront Security for Exchange Server bugs that are fixed in Microsoft Forefront Security for Exchange Server with Service Pack 2 (SP2).
New features in Service Pack 2
- The following new scan engine performance counters are added for Transport, Realtime and Manual scan jobs:
- The average number of messages scanned per second by any engine
- The average time taken to scan a message by any engine
- Service Pack 2 includes a new feature that provides customers with the latest protection against malware by extending the updating capabilities of Forefront Server Security (FSS). This feature can quickly notify users of the availability of a new threat scanning engine or a planned change in the existing scan engines. These notifications advise administrators how to make appropriate changes to the product configurations before any changes take effect. The notifications are logged in the FSS event log entries. They can also be configured for e-mail delivery through the "Virus Administrators" notification group. For more information about this feature, visit the following Microsoft Web site:
List of issues that are fixed
This service pack fixes the following issues:
You cannot configure filtering in Forefront Security for Exchange Server
The scan engines do not update in Forefront Security for Exchange Server and an error is logged in the ProgramLog.txt file
The GetEngineFiles.exe process incorrectly deletes some files on a computer that is running Microsoft Forefront Security for Exchange Server
Description of improved Active Directory query performance in Forefront Security for Exchange Server with Service Pack 2
Forefront Security for Exchange Server may detect Office 2007 files as containing an UnwritableCompressedFile virus
An attachment is incorrectly detected as an .rar file in Forefront Security for Exchange Server
You cannot scan public folders in Forefront Security for Exchange Server, and event ID 5014 is logged in the Application log
Worms are removed but not purged in Forefront Security for Exchange Server when you create a custom worm purge list and set the MaxCompressedFileInfections registry value to zero
The FSCStarter.exe process in Forefront Security for Exchange Server stops responding and a Dr. Watson crash occurs that references Bucket ID 1051284231
E-mail notifications in Forefront Security for Exchange Server are sent from the wrong address
The scan engines cannot update in Forefront Security for Exchange Server and a "Failed to extract the file(s)" error is logged in the ProgramLog.txt file
The Getenginefiles.exe process in Forefront Security for Exchange Server stops responding and a Dr. Watson crash occurs that references Bucket ID 796835995
The FSCStatsServ.exe process in Forefront Security for Exchange Server stops responding and a Dr. Watson crash occurs that references Bucket ID 1085186554
The FSCController.exe process stops and then restarts, and e-mail notifications stop working in Forefront Security for Exchange Server
After the scan engine fails to update in Forefront Security for Exchange Server, all e-mail messages are archived
Some default deletion messages in Forefront Security for Exchange Server may mislead a user or an administrator to assume that an error occurred or that a virus was found
The keyword filter in Forefront Security for Exchange Server stops working when the keyword list contains over 32,767 entries
The Microsoft Forefront Security for Exchange Server Administrator crashes and a Dr Watson error with bucket ID 604195725 occurs
E-mail messages can queue when Forefront Security for Exchange Server generates high volume of LDAP queries
Microsoft Forefront Security for Exchange Server stops responding, and a Dr. Watson error with a bucket ID 668683526 that references a crash of the FSCController.exe process is generated
Additional logging is implemented in Forefront Security for Exchange Server Service Pack 1 Rollup 3 may cause queues in high mail flow environments in Exchange
Forefront Security for Exchange Server cannot initiate Realtime scan jobs at startup, and error codes "0x80030020" and "0x80030021" are logged
Description of the improved resource use that optimizes performance in Forefront Security for Exchange Server with Service Pack 2
The MSExchange Transport and MSExchangeIS services do not start after a server restart
Forefront Security for Exchange Server does not correctly detect music files after you create a file filter by using selected file types
If you install Forefront Security for Exchange Server 10.2.942.0 as an upgrade on a server on which the Database path and the Install path are different, you will receive the following errors:
Licensing: Could not fine ELI at ELI path (%Databasepath%\Engines\). Using install path (%InstallPath%)
Error: SybLicense: Could not load the cab file: (%InstallPath%)\EngineInfo.cab
If you have a server that has different values for the DatabasePath setting and the InstallPath setting, before you run the installation, you must manually extract the EngineInfo.cab file from the installation package, and then copy it to your server in the "%DatabasePath%\Engines" folder. Because the Engineinfo.cab file is embedded in the installation executable file, you should copy Setup.exe to a temporary location on disk, and then follow these steps to extract its contents:
- Open a Command Prompt window.
- Type Setup.exe /x, and then press ENTER.
- When you are asked for a path where you want to extract the files, type the path, and then click OK.
- After the Engineinfo.cab file is extracted, copy it to the correct %Database%\Engine folder. The default location for the %Database%\Engine folder is as follows:
Drive:\Program Files(x86)\Microsoft Forefront Security\Exchange Server\Data\Engines
- The following path is the default Database path: Drive:\Program Files(x86)\Microsoft Forefront Security\Exchange Server\data
- The following path is the default Install path:Drive:\ Program Files(x86)\Microsoft Forefront Security\Exchange Server
Service pack information
how to install the service pack on Windows
Server 2008, visit the following Microsoft Web site:
There are no
prerequisites for installing this service pack.
restart the computer after you apply this service pack.
Hotfix replacement information
This service pack replaces all previous service pack and hotfix rollups.
To use this service pack, you do not have to make any changes to