If you do exclude a content type from the site but you remove the content in a Live Update Content policy, that content is not delivered to the clients.
Typically, you should not need to exclude the content that Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager downloads.
Within K2 there are two approaches to updating document metadata.
While it is common to immediately jump into the K2 event wizard “Share Point Documents”, I want to show you today a few tricks that you can only accomplish by updating this same information via a Smart Object event.
Definitions in this category include SEPM STIC and SEPC STIC, for the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager and Symantec Endpoint Protection client, respectively.
Definitions that are used in virus and spyware scans for the clients that use a low-bandwidth policy.
To use low-bandwidth mode, you must enroll in the cloud and enable the Low Bandwidth policy.
See Updating clients in low-bandwidth environments. SONAR Definitions Submission Control signatures When you configure content types for download in Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager, these are called SONAR heuristic signatures.
By default, Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager downloads all types of content from the public Symantec Live Update servers.
The Live Update Content policy then downloads all types of content from Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager to the Windows and Mac clients.
During development I noticed that updating a content type and republish it from the content type hub, it did not update the content type all the way to sub-sites and lists.
In spite of what the option says in the properties dialog: Let’s take a test drive.