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  1. Hi I am afraid to say this didn't work, we tried it on two machines neither of which could see the device. Following this we also had to do a repair on the ESET installation as it seemed to corrupt it. We are having this on more and more machines when we try to connect devices.
  2. My Endpoint Security is picking up this file now (wasn't earlier) can't confirm at the moment if the ESET Mail Security is. Could it be a delay in updates for new threats?
  3. It does, we have the "intergate into system" option under device control unchecked in our policy and the computers are picking this up correctly.
  4. We are having an issue with Windows machines with ESET and seeing mobile devices, such as Andriod, Windows Mobile and iOS. As far as I can see we have the device control disabled, however when any of the above are inserted into a computer with ESET installed the device driver keeps trying to install itself and the device can't be browsed. We have done a trial whereby we have had the device installed on a new machine with no ESET ever installed and all was well. We then installed ESET but disabled it and the issue occured so ESET is defiantly doing something odd - even when disabled. Any ideas? Thanks
  5. Greetings We have recently changed from another a/v vender to ESET. We are still running Exchange 2003 and have ESET Mail Sercurity for Microsoft Exchange version 4.5.10012.7 We are finding that while it is blocking some mailbound viruses from getting to users it is letting a lot through. The type it seems to be letting through are .exe files which are within a zip folder. Ideally I would work around it by blocking zip files, but our users have a need to be able to email in this format. Doe anyone have any suggestions? As far as I can see ESET is set to scan in achives. I am a little concerend about this as our previous a/v didn't have this issue and I am worried users are getting viruses delivered straigh to their email. The email recived today was titled "You have recived a new debit" and claimed to be from Lloyds TSB with the attachment Lloyds_message_service_09-25-2013.zip Thanks very much.
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