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  1. Please enable advanced antispam logging in the advanced setup -> tools -> diagnostics and wait until the error occurs. Then disable logging, collect logs with ESET Log Collector and provide the generated archive. Also let us know if the machines connect via VPN and if they are connected to the Internet both via wi-fi and wire.
  2. It should be sent for analysis. At least I'm not aware of a reason why it wouldn't be with default settings. As to what is submitted, you configure it in the advanced setup. By default documents are not submitted:
  3. The firewall contains a default rule that allows all communication for ekrn so it sounds like there is a custom rule on top of other rules that is blocking all communication. Please carry on as follows: - enable advanced logging under Help and support -> Technical support - reproduce the issue, e.g. launch a browser and try to open a website - disable logging - collect logs with ESET Log Collector and upload the generated archive here. You could probably fix it quickly by uninstalling ESET and installing v15 from scratch.
  4. Are you unable to download the installer from https://www.eset.com/int/download-home/?
  5. Please sign up for this forum, then re-post in the appropriate product subforum and enclose a screenshot for clarification.
  6. What happens after a computer restart? Is the update to v15 downloaded? If you manually run update it works?
  7. I can open the website fine. Please note that this subforum is intended for quick questions, not for reporting issues. Please carry on as follows: - sign up for the forum - sign in and re-post in the appropriate product subforum. Provide a screenshot of the alert that you are getting.
  8. Does temporarily disabling protocol filtering in the advanced setup actually make a difference?
  9. Searching for "+d('0x96')+d(0xc8)+token();" should help you locate the malicious javascript.
  10. You can try enabling the "Secure all browsers" option and see if it helps. Should the problem persist, please raise a support ticket with your local ESET distributor. As for the performance issue, does it persist if you: - uninstall ESET - run the ESET Uninstall tool in safe mode - install v15 from scratch.
  11. Are you unable to open my.eset.com? Are you able to log in but then the website doesn't load? Please check your system date and time and make sure it's set correctly. Your distributor's e-shop should be accessible even without logging to my.eset.com so if you need to manage your subscription, you should be able to do it directly there.
  12. A Procmon log from installation and fresh ELC logs will be needed. I'd recommend opening a support ticket since this is a forum, ie. there are no tracking capabilities and this case will require more iterations with technical support. There is probably a problem with permissions that needs to be determined and permissions set up correctly.
  13. It's a known issue that not all modules are displayed despite being loaded. It will be fixed automatically by a module update. However, as of v15 only actually loaded modules are displayed in the list.
  14. Unfortunately we were unable to reproduce this issue; it was not discovered during beta and pre-release QA testing and we haven't received any reports of an issue like that either. Therefore we'd recommend uninstalling v14 and installing v15 from scratch after a reboot.
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  17. The agent receives a list of expressions for dynamic groups created in ESET PROTECT and evaluates them. This information is then sent to ESET PROTECT so you see there machines in the appropriate dynamic groups.
  18. I have contacted the channel manager for the APAC region regarding this. Upgrading your EIS license to ESSP should be possible. Either the distributor will contact you or I will keep you updated if the distributor writes me.
  19. You can run update manually to get update to v15 immediately or wait a few days until it installs automatically.
  20. That's weird. Do you get an error when you attempt to launch the secure browser through the desktop icon? How does the issue manifest?
  21. Membership in dynamic groups is evaluated by agent on endpoints while computers in static groups don't move, hence they are called static. Groups can be used for very many purposes, e.g. to apply specific policies to specific groups, to install or activate a particular ESET product only to selected groups, to get reports for selected groups, etc. Basically all you can do with an individual computer you can also do with groups.
  22. Could you use the msi installer? Probably you have RDS Services installed and the current EPI installer is failing to install due to a bug.
  23. It's for all ESET products for Windows. They all use the same modules.
  24. No, there is no other way. For instance, if you had Device Control integration enabled and you'd delete the appropriate driver without unregistering it correctly from the system, you'd end up with BSOD and neither booting to safe mode would be possible.
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