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  1. Hello, I'm bumping the thread because I'd really like to know how to import all my clients to the new appliance. I can recreate settings, but I don't want to add 120 clients one by one. Thanks
  2. Thanks Marcos. Can the MS SQL db be imported to the appliance? The migration procedure seems to support this.
  3. Hello again, after waiting for all the clients to receive the ESMC policy with the new server address, I stopped the old server service and made a SQL backup as per the migration procedure ( https://support.eset.com/kb6764/?locale=en_US&viewlocale=en_US ) The old server is at address 192.168.2.18 and the new appliance was given temporary address 2.36, which should become permanent. I log on to the VA and load the renamed backup db, but at import time the VA throws an error about missing era_db in the header. After importing it, the VA reboots and shows "configuring" and just sits there. The log shows an error resetting the network card. Do I have to turn off the old server for the VA to finish its config? The migration instructions seem to suggest that MySQL is the default; do I have to perform any operations on the MS SQL backup? I didn't do anything except renaming it as per the procedure. Thanks!
  4. Thank you MichalJ, this is working quite well. Filtering by policy name, I'm getting a list of PC's where the policy is applied, with object count. I can compare the 131 total clients from the Dashboard to 107 now complying with the policy. If I could get the non compliant hostnames, that would be cool. Maybe I'm missing a negative filter? I'll try to combine more filters ("show all clients with Agent installed, where policy Listen_to_VA is not present)
  5. Hello, I'd like to know if there's a way of knowing the following: 1. In ESMC, I create a policy and apply it to a group 2. There's a list of the PC's that received the policy, but I can see no synthetic summary (eg "policy applied to 35 clients") and the list cannot be organized by subgroups. 3. There's no list of PC's that are in the group, but are not applying the policy (due to being offline or any other reason, e.g. conflicting policies) Point no. 3 is very important for certain tasks, eg applying a policy to migrate to another ESMC server (or to the VA, which I'm trying to achieve) Thanks!
  6. database

    Remote locations vs packet repository

    Thanks MartinK I do have some local server/NAS box at each remote location so it should be feasible to apply your suggestion. The command returns: nslookup repository.eset.com Server: FQDN of our main DNS server Address: our main DNS server address Risposta da un server non autorevole: Nome: repo.wip.eset.com Address: 91.228.167.25 Aliases: repository.eset.com which seems good to me
  7. Hello, I'm still dealing with the same error as in this thread (I'd resurrect it, but it's probably too old to post): Maybe I'm missing something about the configuration of remote locations. - The agent successfully installs at first try 95% of the times (2 stubborn clients remain, out of 120 deployments. Only 10 to 15 deployments required more than 1 attempt or taking direct control of the PC) - All the remote servers except one were updated via ESMC task (upgrade ESET products) - Upgrading clients yields a lot of "packet repository" errors (like 18 fails out of 20 upgrades) - The ESMC server is set to AUTOSELECT - The "Allow automatic restart" flag is not an option because updates will be pushed whenever the clients are available, and this means mostly during working hours - Some clients at the main site will not upgrade, because they are connected to WiFi links set to very low bandwidths (these links are supposed to handle handheld devices for Whatsapp and similar services, but employees like to use them for laptops and then complain about slow network performance). Are there recommendations or guidelines regarding low bandwidth or link interruptions? Thank you for your input
  8. Update: yesterday 2 of the servers updated successfully: a mixture of pending updates with associated reboot, and insufficient disk space on C:\ was leading to the failure. Procedure was as follows: - Perform disk cleanup on C:\ (from This PC > right click on C:\ > Properties) - Empty C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\Download - Check for Microsoft Updates, apply the important updates, and reboot - From ESMC, upgrade your ESET product allowing automatic reboot (do not run the failed task again, just click the Upgrade ESET Products on the installed apps page in ESMC) - Wait for the server to come back online in ESMC - From ESMC, run an Upgrade ESMC components task (do not rerun the failed task, click on the PC name and select Upgrade ESMC components from recent tasks). The last 2003 server was given this treatment, but the upgrade is failing due to unstable Internet link at this remote location. Our ISP is looking into it and should solve the issue today. Edit: After the ISP intervention I could upgrade the Agent via ESMC Server task. Since the AV install was still failing ("archive packet synchronization error"), I downloaded the package from the ESET website and installed manually (without uninstalling the previous version). After restarting, the Agent took control of the new version and everything appears to be fine in ESMC.
  9. Thanks MartinK. I know that I can manually install the new agent downloading it from the ESET website, but would it keep the existing configuration? Asking because in a similar scenario I got duplicate clients in ESMC - I overwrote the existing agent distributed via ESMC with one from an integrated installer package (generated by the very same server). Also could you please point me to some how-to about retrieving the Agent configuration? Can I do this on the client (rsop style)? I know I can see what policies are applied within ESMC, but I'm not sure that's what you mean. Maybe the message has something to do with the "bitness" of those systems? Server 2003 is quite cryptic about it being 32 or 64... Thank you for all your other inputs too.
  10. Hello, I'm sorry to resurrect very old OSes, but my production environment is crawling to Windows 10 at an appalling speed. Changes are being done, but both management and staff are pulling hard on the handbrake. In the meantime, it is paramount that old equipment is protected as well as possible, and this brings me to the following questions. I'm getting some strange errors when trying to install the latest Agent on some Server 2003 machines via ESMC: "Impossibile eseguire attività: Il pacchetto dell’archivio con riferimento non è disponibile" which should approximately translate to "Could not execute planned task: referred archive packet not available". I could not find an error code (maybe I didn't see the correct page in ESMC: if it's there, please point me to it). These servers are marked as Outdated in ESMC, and another 2003 server updated successfully both AV and Agent, so I suppose they should upgrade too. I always update the Agent before the AV: can I try upgrading the AV before the Agent? What do I do to avoid the error? Moving to the latest ESET Endpoint: while ESMC reports XP clients with Endpoint 6.6 as current, some were manually installed with 7.0.2073.1, but upgrade to the latest version seems to fail both via ESMC and ESMC integrated installer packages. Is XP somewhat supported in EE 7 or is it better to leave/downgrade these clients at 6.6? Thank you!
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