Basically if you "net stop fsma" which unloads f-secure services
then "net start fsma" which will start services back and F-Secure Update Agent should check database updates.
If you meant how to poll F-Secure Policy Manager Server from command line there is a fsmautil for that
Which can be found from F-Secure/common/fsmautil.exe where you have to use variable "poll"
> there is a command line to force the database update in Client Security?
If the network functionality has completely broken down, it is possible to download a file called "fsdbupdate9.exe" somewhere else and transfer it on USB stick to the affected computer. That program can be run from the command line and it will update the F-Secure malware recognition databases.
The method is highly inefficient, as the file is about 200MB sized and should not be used in daily work, only in case of emergency.
Best Regards: Tamas Feher from Hungary.
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