Sophos antivirus updating failed

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Even following a reboot this error is still provided.According to this Sophos Knowledgebase article there is a file that Sophos creates that tells it a reboot is required. Product: Sophos Remote Management System -- Error 1722.Sophos returns the error “You do not have sufficient privileges to run the Sophos Anti-Virus main application. In order to be able to launch this application, you must be a member of Sophos Administrator, Sophos Power User or Sophos User group.Please contact the Administrator.” A solution to this problem has been provided to us by Sophos.

The (port 8000 for those upgrading from version 5) If these URLs are not correct, or if the username and password entries are missing, you will not be able to update your virus definitions or (for new installations) install the Sophos Anti-Virus component.Some anti-spyware programs may prevent you from extracting these files properly.Please temporarily disable any anti-spyware programs on your computer.Click OK to continue installation.” •Sophos returns the error “Error 3057.There was an unexpected error while attempting to create, repair or delete a user account.

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