On updating the Panda Cloud Office Protection signature file, error 3371 occurs.
The protection determines there is a lack of sufficient space to update and apply the changes to some of the signature files. As a result, it returns the error code 3371.
Free up space on your hard disk in order to complete the update. Once you have done this, you can launch the update in any of the following ways:
From the Update now option available through the bear icon in the taskbar.
From a DOS window, accessing the %ProgramFiles%\Panda Security\WaAgent\WasLpMng folder and running the command waplpmng walupd -force
Data needed to report the incident
If the issue is not solved, it is necessary to collect a series of data from the computer. This information is collected automatically by the PSInfo tool that you need to download and run following these instructions:
From a computer with Internet connection, download the PSInfo2_V2.exe
file into your computer and save it in your Windows Desktop.
Double click the PSInfo2_V2.exe file, so that the information about hardware and software from your computer is gathered.
Fill in all the requested fields.
If PCOP is installed in the computer, the PCOPDIAGS application will be launched.
Follow the PCOPDIAGS wizard.
When the data collection finishes, a file called XXXX.psz is generated in your hard drive. Send to Panda Security this file which is located in the TEMP folder of your hard drive, by default.
In the event that for whatever reason PSInfo cannot be run, or the PCOPDIAGS application has not been released, it is necessary to send Panda the WalUpd log file (once the error occurs), to study the error. To get it, follow the steps below:
- Find the WalUpd.ini file in %Programfiles%\Panda Security\WaAgent\WalUpd
- Edit the file and add the following lines:
- Restart the Panda Endpoint Administration Agent service.
To reproduce the error, execute the local process. To do this:
- Go to the %ProgramFiles%\Panda Security\WaAgent\WasLpMng folder from a DOS window.
- Run the command waplpmng walupd –force
The file, WALUPD.log, is saved in the folder %Programfiles%\Panda Security\WaAgent\WalUpd
Send the collected data to the Panda Security Tech Support address for analysis.