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  1. I updated all my client machines to ESET Endpoint Security 7.3.2044.0 this morning and need to restart the workstations to complete the installations. It's right in the middle of the day and I can't reboot the users workstations until tonight when they go home. Will my users computers still be protected until the task I created to reboot at 11pm runs? I really don't have any other choice. Thanks
  2. Solved. Somehow the Apache HTTP Server disappeared from the server with the last Windows 10 update to version 2004. Tech support downloaded the all-in-one installer and installed it. I figured it was odd when I looked in the services and Apache was gone. I tried to fix the issue by installing Apache but that didn't work. I figure I installed the wrong version, version 8. The version in the all-in-one package is 7. Thanks to Tech Support! I would have figured it out, but it would have taken me a lot longer than it did for support to fix it. Windows updates can do some strange things to PCs
  3. Windows did an update on the Workstation that the ESET Remote Web Admin Console is hosted on and now I get the error: This site can’t be reached "IP Address" took too long to respond. ERR_CONNECTION_TIMED_OUT The windows update is: Windows 10 Pro Version 2004 Installed on 7/9/2020 Experience: WIndows Feature Experience Pack 120.2202.130.0 How can I access the server app to enable the web console? Thanks in advance! Scott
  4. Thanks for the quick response and help. Have a great afternoon.
  5. It was a classic case of me making a mountain out of a mole hill. I tried to update through the console and got the error: No ESET products that can be updated automatically have been found. So I created an all-in-one installer and ran it on the server. That updated it without any issues.
  6. Hello Guys, I am having problems upgrading ESET Management Agent from 7.1 to 7.2 on the server. I get the error: No ESET products that can be updated automatically have been found. Do I need to download an installer for 7.2? Thanks in advance, Scott
  7. I successfully uninstalled ESET using the uninstaller tool, rebooted and ran the installer again and I didn't have any Malware issues preventing the fresh installation of ESET Endpoint Security 7.2.2055.0! All is well now and running up to speed. Thanks for all the responses guys. Cp3p0 thanks for the solution.
  8. Marcos, I've been very busy with doing some hardware updates on the desktops here, but hope to follow the procedure you laid out for me this afternoon. Again, thanks for the help!
  9. Will this logging program work with the business version of the ESET client?
  10. Ok, I'll work on getting that done. Thanks again for the assistance.
  11. Hi Marcos, I ran the online scanner and it did not find anything. What do you suggest I do next? Thanks, Scott
  12. I'm running it now and let you guys know what it finds. Thanks!
  13. I am trying to install ESET Endpoint Security on a workstation running Windows 7 Pro, I am going to upgrade the OS to Windows 10 Pro after the ESET update however when I go to install ESET I get the error that it failed to install, this could be because your system possibly is infected with Malware. Then it gives me the option to scan for malware and it says it found malware and cleaned it. But when I go to install ESET again it gives me the same message. I am updating from ESET Endpoint Security 7.0.2091.0 to ESET Endpoint security 7.2.2055.0
  14. It appears like I am going to have to reinstall the software on all the clients. I made a standalone installer which points to the new name of the ESMC server. It works, but I have 60+ clients to re-install the client software on. However I'm thinking about going into the host file and entering a pointer to with like this: 102.54.94.97 rhino.acme.com # source server the IP being the current ip and the new server name. It might work, but it will be just as easy to go to each workstation and make the changes.
  15. The off-site IT team that helps with various issues with our technology recently decided to change the names of our computers. All computers were changed to new names including the ESET server. Since they did this none of the clients and communicating with the server. What do I need to do to re-establish the connections between the server and the clients? The clients are running the most recent software versions and these are Windows 10 workstations. The server is running the following software: ESET Management Agent 7.1.717.0 Up-to-date version ESET S
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