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  1. If you want to stay with RedHat/CentOS, then maybe Oracle Linux? https://linux.oracle.com/switch/centos/ I personally prefer Ubuntu, LTS versions are supported for 5 years. Debian LTS is also supported for 5 years.
  2. They just released ESET PROTECT, it's essentialy a renamed ESMC v8. I don't know what version of tomcat it uses. https://help.eset.com/protect_deploy_va/80/en-US/?va_upgrade_migrate.html
  3. @Marcos I had the same situation and our sales partner said that it can't be done this way, I mean generate new license and then deactivate old one after some time when every seat is reactivated. Only way to do this is generate new license and the old one is instantly deactivated.
  4. On EBA there is a setting "Deactivate seats not connected to ESET Business Account". When i turn it off it turns off and shows "Settings saved", but if I refresh page or "logout and login", it's still on.
  5. So there's no way to check local firewall rules from ESMC?
  6. Currently the latest version of ESMC is But ESMC web ui doesn't show this anywhere (I'm pretty sure I have latest version).
  7. I just noticed on https://support.eset.com/en/kb3592-is-my-eset-product-supported-eset-end-of-life-policy-business-products that Endpoint Antivirus/Security 6.5 & 6.6 have weird end of support dates, 6.5 is supported longer than 6.6. Is this correct?
  8. Is there a way to get firewall rules from every computer in batch? I mean, I don't want to manually go through every computer on "Computers" list and use "Configuration -> Request configuration" and then manually analyze it to see if there are some local rules.
  9. Will this remove "EVERY" local rule, even those created by users?
  10. I don't think it can be done in ESMC, but did you try any solution from this website? https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/85195-check-if-windows-10-using-uefi-legacy-bios.html You can probably use Powershell remoting and some scripting with option 5 to check every computer.
  11. I have a policy with some Endpoint Security settings and firewall rules that is assigned to dynamic group "Windows (desktops)". I also use this policy as a default settings in Endpoint Security installer that I use to install on computers in my organization. I just noticed on computers that firewall rules are duplicated, and upon further investigation I found out that first set of rules is applied from ESMC policy and second is from local rules that are created by installer. How can I remove those local rules without going to every PC and removing it manually?
  12. I have a task in which one computer is still in "planned executions" because it's not in our network currently and won't be in near future. How can I remove it from "planned executions" without removing whole task? I removed every trigger for this task but it still shows that computer in planned.
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