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  1. Last Friday, all systems updated automaticly back to 1745.13 version and have not had any problems anymore. In all cases, the network was using ESMC (no local installations).
  2. I think we were running 1.8.0_191. We reinstalled the webserver, selected this version of Java and the webserver was running again. 1) As a test I installed a new EMSC on a new Server2016 environment, running java 1.8.0_231. That also installed correctly. 2) On another existing server 2016 environment, running Java 1.8.0_144 and 1.8.0._171, I manually updated Java to the newest 1.8.0_231 version. The installer recommended uninstall of the 144 version, which I did. After that, the ESMC webconsole still worked (also after a reboot of the windows server). My conclusion would be, th
  3. Last week we have seen a couple of domain-joined Windows 10 machines, running the ESMC 7.0 service (webconsole), having issues with the HTTP server after Windows Updates. We ended up reinstalling the webserver. Now today I have a Server 2016 server with the ESMC 7.0 with the same problem. Question: Why is Windows Updates killing ESMC 7.0 webconsole services and does ESET have an update to prevent this from happening ?
  4. Hi, Since last monday 28/10 we have Remote Desktop Server 2016 crashing services / hung sessions on five RDS servers (different networks). These problems are not only on RDS sessions, also the administrator on the console experience windows-explorer related issues not responding anymore. In all cases, it's Eset File Security which is locking up and crashing other services. A complete reboot of the RDS has to be done. A manual update after reboot seems to work. But a couple of hours later, the same happens again. At this point, we have disabled the update feature on the
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