TrendMicro antivirus for the Mac has been updated to support Mac OS X 10.11 (El Capitan). If your Mac has been using the K-State provided version of TrendMicro, the update has been delivered automatically. For those who need to download the updated version of TrendMicro antivirus, visit the K-State Antivirus Software page.
Before installing El Capitan, ensure your version of TrendMicro is up-to-date:
Open the Applications folder.
Double-click the Trend Micro Security application icon.
Make sure that your settings match the following:
Product version 2.0.3061 or newer
Virus Scan Engine version is 9.800.1009 or newer.
Information Technology Services still recommends waiting before installing a new operating system as bugs are often found just after the release of a new operating system. It is also best to make sure that you have a good backup of your computer before upgrading to a new operating system.
Apple will be releasing the new version of OS X, next week. Information Technology Services (ITS) recommends not installing the new version of OS X until ITS announces a compatible version of TrendMicro antivirus.
Tests of El Capitan indicate:
upgrading to the new version of OS X with TrendMicro antivirus installed results in the computer not functioning.
installing TrendMicro antivirus on a computer that already has El Capitan installed results in the computer not booting correctly.
Both of these instances will require a technician to resolve the issue. Typically a new version of TrendMicro that is compatible with new versions of OS X are made available by the manufacturer within a few days of the final release of the new version of OS X.
If you have any questions, contact the IT Help Desk, email@example.com, 785-532-7722.
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