A bug that existed in the later versions of AntiVirus for Mac 10 has re-appeared in the stuff released this week for 11.
Every time you boot and log in, Live Update runs.
I have one scheduled event, a daily all products update, that runs correctly at the scheduled time.
I tried deleting that event in the Antivirus program (which deleted properly). Then in the Scheduler, I also did a Reset which created the default weekly update event. Then in the scheduler I deleted that weekly event and added a new daily event to do my update. So once again there is still, just the one daily event.
Despite all that, it is still the case that Live Update runs each time I boot and log in. My daily event also runs at the planned time.
As I recall the bug in 10 had to do with a file whose last modified date wasn't being accessed correctly so that Live Update always thought the prior day's update still had to run every time you booted up.
This is with 10.5.8 running on a PowerPC laptop.
--BobMessage Edited by BobP1776 on 11-20-2009 08:58 PM