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Thomas Haggren

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  1. Hi Just installed and configured a new instance of ESET Security Management Center Virtual Appliances version 7.1.27.0. Where can I set the SSL certificate for the web-server? Thanks :) Regards, Thomas
  2. Got it to work (still need to perform more testing)... All that was needed was to remove this from the PS command: -Authentication CredSSP The working PS command looks like this: $ppf = New-Object System.Management.Automation.PSCredential -ArgumentList @("domain\user",(ConvertTo-SecureString -String "PASSWORD" -AsPlainText -Force)) Invoke-Command -ComputerName server.domain.local -ScriptBlock { 0|cmd /c C:\_Deploy\Scripts\Deploy_ALL.cmd } -Credential $ppf So ESET File Security blocks for the usage of "-Authentication CredSSP". This is needed if you need to make a remote PS c
  3. Removing the credential part of the PS command makes the script run both with File Security disabled and enabled. -Authentication CredSSP -Credential $ppf So the PS command now looks like: Invoke-Command -ComputerName server.domain.local -ScriptBlock { 0|cmd /c C:\_Deploy\Scripts\Deploy_ALL.cmd } This of course mean that the script is running with my credentials... and not the serivce users....
  4. Renaming in ekrn.exe in safe mode and then reboot makes the PS work again. So even though all modules in File Security has been "Permanently disabled" or "Disabled and don't start automatically" something is still active.
  5. The PS being called looks like this: $ppf = New-Object System.Management.Automation.PSCredential -ArgumentList @("domain\user",(ConvertTo-SecureString -String "PASSWORD" -AsPlainText -Force)) Invoke-Command -ComputerName server.domain.local -ScriptBlock { 0|cmd /c C:\_Deploy\Scripts\Deploy_ALL.cmd } -Authentication CredSSP -Credential $ppf
  6. Hi Marcos Make no difference .. everything is "Permanently disabled" og real-time scanner is disabled and set to not start automatically. I forgot to mention that the installation is controlled by an ERA server, but I cannot see what difference that might make. Regards, Thomas
  7. Hi I have to servers, A and B. I'm trying to execute PS on server B from server A using remote PS. ESET File Security is installed on both servers (v6.5.12014.0) with a standard configuration. For some reason my remote PS call from server A to B times out when ESET File Security is installed on server A (the server performing the remote PS call). If I uninstall ESET File Security from server A everything works as expected. Temporary disabling ESET File Security from server A makes no difference.... I have to uninstall to get it to work. Before ESET File Security 4.5 was ins
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