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  1. Yes, EsetPerf.etl can be huge; it can grow to gigabytes in minutes, hence we recommend keeping the logging enabled only for a short time. You can compress the file, upload it to a storage location and pm me a download link, we'll see if there's something interesting, such as a high CPU load logged.
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  2. Thanks! Standing by
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  3. Hello. I see that ESET Endpoint Security v8.1.2037.2 was released. Are there plans to release v8.2 of Endpoint Security soon? I just don't want to start upgrading my clients to v8.1.2037.2 only to have v8.2 come out a week later as what happened in the post below when v8.0.2039 came out and a week later v8.1.2031 was released. I know v8.0.2039 was a hotfix and v8.1.2031 was a feature update, so I wanted to make sure there wasn't a feature update planned to be released soon. Thanks!
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  4. Hello, I try to check the ICAP function but I can't find any documentation about the configuration of ICAP in EFSL. I install squid proxy server, configure the connection to ICAP: icap_enable on icap_service service_req reqmod_precache bypass=1 icap://127.0.0.1:1344 adaptation_access service_req allow all icap_service service_resp respmod_precache bypass=0 icap://127.0.0.1:1344 adaptation_access service_resp allow all But I get an error when I try to open any website: Squid is connected to ICAP:
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  5. Update: It works for local files:
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