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  1. Hi Matus, Thank you for your answer. We can generate an offline update repository by using the Eset Mirror Tool, then we push an export of this repository to the server through an SSH/SCP connection (our only way to manage the server) and we expose it on localhost as an nginx site. Too bad for the offline activation via console. It seems the only way to automate this step is scripting few browser's actions (chromium headless + chromedp) on the web console. I'll try this way and share my feedback.
  2. Hi Marcos, Thank you for your answer. The use case you described for the offline license files match exactly the context of my servers: No internet access, no proxy and no port forwarding allowed (even if that's possible through our maintenance SSH sessions but that's prohibited by our customers).
  3. Hi ! I'm currently evaluating File Security 7 for Linux and would like to know if there is any way to activate EFS from a text terminal with an offline license file. I know that offline activation is available from the web console but I'm trying to automate the installation with Ansible and including the activation process would help me to save a significant time in servers' whole provisioning process. The servers run on customers' premises and are not allowed to connect to any internet service. I'm only allowed to push my setup data and using any port forwarding is prohibited. This is a tricky context but I know that offline activation was available from command line on EFS 4. Maybe there is still such way on EFS 7, but I didn't find it. Thank you for you help (and please pardon my Frenglish).
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