To avoid unnecessary trouble / false positives, it is recommend to add all AADS program files to the Exclude list:
Microsoft Security Essentials is still available for Windows XP and Server 2003, presumable because XP and Server 2003 are still being used in "Cash Machines", "Medical Equipment", "Industrial Equipment", large "Warships", etc.
Microsoft Security Essentials for XP/Server 2003 is not able anymore (....) to get the signature updates automatically.
Updating the signature database will be done with the batchfile "update_mse_x32.cmd".
After the installation of Microsoft Security Essentials, it will complain that it can not update the signature-database and that it is out-of-date. For now, ignore this error.
The following batch-file can be used
to Update Microsoft Security Essentials on Windows
XP and Server 2003.
wget -e http_proxy=10.1.1.1:3180 -e https_proxy=10.1.1.1:3180 -t 10 --waitretry=120 --no-check-certificate -o update_mse_x32.log -O mpam-fe.exe http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=87342
wget -e http_proxy=192.168.1.100:8080 -e https_proxy=192.168.1.100:8080 -t 10 --waitretry=120 --no-check-certificate -o update_mse_x32.log -O mpam-fe.exe http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=87342
wget -t 10 --waitretry=120 --no-check-certificate -o update_mse_x32.log -O mpam-fe.exe http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=87342
Be sure not to make any typo error when editing the batchfile...
The result should look like this:
Run the Task and see that it is running...
The Task might run for several minutes, depending on the size of the signature database that is being downloaded, and the speed of the internet connection / proxyserver.
When the Task is finished, Microsoft Security Essentials will be updated:
Because the update is being done by means of the batchfile, you might as well uncheck the "update" function:
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