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    Help with Connected Home Monitor

    If you run 2 scans in a row without any module update in between, the second scan will be significantly faster (unless you have a lot of archives on the disk). However, if modules are updated between the scans, the second scan will not be that quick since cached results from the first scan will be invalidated.
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    Marcos

    Help with Connected Home Monitor

    No. Unless you share files and folders for the others in the home network they won't be able to access them.
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    Marcos

    Help with Connected Home Monitor

    Connected Home Monitor works with home networks as the name suggests. On public networks only a one-time scan is performed. As a result, you won't get notifications about new devices in public networks. Also a vulnerability scan is limited only to home networks. Devices show up in circles depending on when they connected. There's no particular left-to-right order as far as I know.
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    Installation Error

    This may happen if the previous version was not uninstalled properly and there are some leftovers in the registry. Try running the Uninstall tool in safe mode first: https://support.eset.com/en/kb2289-uninstall-eset-manually-using-the-eset-uninstaller-tool
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    Indeed ESMC 7.2 introduced mechanisms for throttling connections and received data -> its purpose is to limit load and prevent service exhaustion for temporary peaks, mostly detected during work time hours start. This change was definitely not supposed to increase number of pending logs, but during development, it was discovered that counters were previously not accurate, which might explain increase you are seeing. Regarding performance, most crucial is performance of database, which is connected to performance of underlying storage. I would recommend to check whether storage performance is not hitting its limits. In case of cloud, I would recommend to check IOPS limits on storage and database. Could you also provide number of managed / actively connected endpoints just for statistical purpose? We are interested in such numbers as it would enable us to adapt mentioned settings.
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