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  1. Issue resolved. Had to launch a browser in incognito mode and it let me in with local admin creds
  2. Windows Server 2016, ESMC with MDC Went to upgrade to 7.2 and now about 2 hours later I cannot log in to the console with either domain or local creds. I know ESET has gone to LDAPS so that would explain domain logins but not local admin. What are some steps I can try to regain access?
  3. Not sure what they need it for. Whats the workaround?
  4. I did try on 2 of the EES clients earlier today
  5. Now that is strange. I wonder if it caches recent domains or something. So keep in mind this issue is affecting multiple machines, servers and desktops. One of my TS servers does not have that file. The other TS servers other do. Spot checking a few other servers and they are missing the file as well. All of the desktop clients (EES) that I have spot checked are missing it too.
  6. Good catch, that works for me as well. More of a workaround but it works.
  7. Marcos, What are the ESET Log Collector logs and how do I get them? Also, I dont see certcache.dat in that directory.
  8. Not at login, this is happening on the home page. Cannot access home page. Haven't even tried to login. The "Exclude communications with trusted domains" is enabled. Clearly something is going on with ESET. With Web and Email->protocol filtering enabled I just cannot get to the site at all. Nothing. With Web and Email->protocol filtering disabled i can get the site to load, but with cert errors. From another machine with no ESET it all works. Is there a way to view the built in whitelist for trusted domains in ESET? If its a trusted domain that shouldnt be scanned, but clea
  9. With ESET enabled With Web protection disabled And the cert info with ESET web filter disabled And finally the cert info from an unaffected machine where the site loads fine, thumbprints match Both machines these screenshots were taken from are on the same network.
  10. Marcos, Not with any site, just one in particular https://jaws.fljud13.org/ . Seems to happen with chrome and IE (all I've tested with).
  11. So I got a site unblock request today from a user on one of our terminal servers. Easy enough. I add the site to the policy, Web and Email->Web access protection->URL Address management->Address List->List of allowed addresses. I put it in using *.domain.com/* as well as sub.domain.com . Site is NOT unblocked. So I try several things, changing ssl inspection to ask about the cert trust and corruption, disabling SSL inspection, disabling all app protocol filtering, none of it works. Always comes back with ERR_BAD_SSL_CLIENT_AUTH_CERT. Oddly enough when I go to look at the cert, the
  12. Marcos, thanks for that. I am able to sort!
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