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  1. by giving out the password (even if that password is different then the general one), the user will be able to change the other settings. The expected behavior would be that user able to pause only the firewall, and not be able to change any other setting.
  2. Thanks for the reply. I'm sorry to hear that.
  3. Description: "Pause Firewall" permission with policy Detail: Client settings are locked down with password. The user ocassionally needs to disable/pause firewall, but we don't want to give out the password, just for this function. Also don't want to give to the user the possibility to change any other settings on the client.
  4. Hello We have ESMC 7.2.1266.0 on the server and EES 7 on the Windows 10 client. The user has local admin permission, but he only uses it as "run-as administrator". He doesn't log into the computer locally with the admin user. The EES settings are locked down with password. We would like to give a permission to the user: "Pause firewall", without giving out the password for the access setup. Setting a different access setup password for that computer is not a solution, because by doing that he could change the other settings also. How can we achieve this? thanks, Vilmos ps. I opened this question in this topic, because it seems that it's policy related
  5. here: ESMC, select policy (product: Eset File Security for Windows Server), Detection Engine, Processes Exclusions, Processes to be excluded from scanning
  6. Description: ability to export folder exclusions from ESMC policy Detail: to migrate exclusions from one policy to another
  7. Description: ability to add process path containing environment variable: Detail: in ESMC policy, add process exclusion %systemroot%\System32\Vmms.exe doesn't accept, "Invalid value" c:\windows\System32\Vmms.exe this works +1: same value can be added multiple times
  8. Description: change behaviour of adding new file/folder exclusions #4 Detail: in ESMC policy, adding folder exclusions c:\test\* works c:\test*\* doesn't work, "invalid path"
  9. Description: change behaviour of adding new file/folder exclusions #1 Detail: I need to exclude all *.mdb files in c:\test and all subfolders Currently I can exclude *.mdb files only in the top folder (c:\test) but not in the subfolders Description: change behaviour of adding new file/folder exclusions #2 Detail: I would like to exclude all *.vhdx files, but without specifying folder/drive (ESMC says when setting this in policy: "Invalid path") If I type "\*.vhdx" into the field, I can save it, but if I scan a test file manually, the log file still shows: "Number of scanned objects: 1", so the exclusion doesn't work. Description: change behaviour of adding new file/folder exclusions #3 Detail: if I import a txt file which contains correect and incorrect folder exclusion, ESMC says: "Not all input data have been imported". And it imports the list partially, but doesn't show the not importable item(s). It would be nice, if ESMC show a message with the incorrect, not importable items.
  10. Description: don't send notifications to all configured recipients Detail: we have 3 static groups: group1, group2, group3 All of them are maintained by different admin teams. For this reason we configured 3 notifications: Access group: group1 -> "threat notification" -> send email to group1@domain.com Access group: group2 -> "threat notification" -> send email to group2@domain.com Access group: group3 -> "threat notification" -> send email to group3@domain.com If an alert triggered in a group, all 3 groups receive an email about it. Only the affected group should to receive the email.
  11. MichalJ, thanks for the answer. Audit log filter: for example somebody changed a server setting and broke a feature by doing this. I know what has been changed, but currently I cannot filter to it. If I could to filter, I would know who changed it, and ask him why did it.
  12. Description: possibility to export webcontrol/url groups/addresses Detail: possibility to export webcontrol/url groups/addresses. Usage example: ERA/ESMC used for more groups (more admin teams), with similar policies, and a group needs an existing url group in a separate policy . Export/import would the elegant way to migrate url addresses.
  13. Description: more details in audit log Detail: Reports/Audit log. If somebody modifies a policy, only one event added to the Audit log: "Modifying policy xxx" it would be nice to know more. What settings have been modified and before and after values.
  14. Description: more granulate audit log filter Detail: Reports/Audit log. If I would like to search for a specific setting ("who changed it"), I have to scroll down from page to page, or use CTRL-F Please add possiblity to filter string in "Action detail" column.
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