system Center endpoint protection

my virus definitions  are not being updated on server, it should get updates  from the wsus server.   I have tried using. wuauclt /detectnow but still the update fail.  Is there anything else I can do to force the update, I didn't configure the wsus server and m not sure why end point will not update
phillip bessixAsked:
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Randy DownsOWNERCommented:
Try this.

Force a daily update

If you want Windows to update your software, go to Windows Update or:

Open your Microsoft security software.
Click the Update tab.
Click the Update button.

or

Manually download the latest updates

If you need to get the latest updates available, you can download and install them from here.

For all Microsoft security software, you will need to download the antimalware and antispyware updates.

Antimalware and antispyware updates
For antimalware and antispyware, the latest definitions are 1.199.509.0, dated May 22, 2015 11:58 AM UTC.

To download these updates:

Check whether your version of Windows is 32-bit or 64-bit.
In the table below, right-click on the link that will work for your version of Windows and choose Save target as... or Save link as...
Save the file to your Desktop.
When the file has finished downloading, go to your Desktop and double-click the file (it will be called mpam-fe.exe, mpas-fe.exe, or mpam-feX64.exe).
Follow the prompts to install the update.
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phillip bessixAuthor Commented:
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