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    Farah gave kudos to Marcos in IDS on Server2008 R2   
    It's because of this: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/2664888/computer-stops-responding-when-you-run-an-application-that-uses-the-wi
    So the solution is to make sure the hotfix is installed, then install EFSW and enable Web & Network protection during installation.
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    Farah gave kudos to itman in Patch new wormable vulnerabilities in Remote Desktop Services (CVE-2019-1181/1182)   
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    Farah gave kudos to itman in The Rise of “Bulletproof” Residential Networks   
    An absolutely fascinating article:
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    Farah received kudos from Nightowl in ESMC Replication   
    I believe that it's possible through a windows failover cluster, you are counting on windows though in such cases and not on an Eset feature

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    Farah gave kudos to Marcos in ESET Endpoint Security 7.1 uses more and more RAM as time goes on   
    We have pinpointed a memory leak in the memory dumper. A fix is being reviewed and will be released through an automatic module update next week.
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    Farah gave kudos to Oliver in Windows updates install   
    But as stated here :
    Allow reboot - This option applies to Windows operating systems only and forces the client computer to reboot once the updates are installed. If this option is not selected, updates that require a reboot will not be installed. 

    So in the current implementation, the scenario you want to achieve is not possible. You either install all updates and if one of them requires to reboot the computer will reboot. Or you install all updates that do not require a reboot. 

    The only workaround for this can be to schedule the task in a timeframe when the reboot will not cause any problems.
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