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  1. Greetings! We have a test local CA used for internal resouces (both in local network and datacenter network (real IPs) connected to our local network via VPN). Been testing several websites (both in LAN and in datacenter) with the certificate from local CA while it's added to Trusted Root CAs on local machine: 1) Windows client with latest EES installed and SSL filtering enabled in automatic mode - takes really long time to open the webpage first time. Then it works just fine for some time (like couple of hours), after that - it's slow like hell again and goes to new cycle. 2) Windows client without EES installed - everything works just fine, no slow downs. This type of behaviour looks like EES tries to verify the certificate via CAs in outside world and only after all attempts fail it looks in local machine Trusted Root CAs. And it "forgets" all that in couple of hours... What's the order for checking Trusted Roots in SSL filtering functionality? What can be done to get rid of those delays? Thanks in advance!
  2. +1 same here - it gets updated only after computer restart
  3. Greetings! Listed as fixed in 7.3 "An on-demand scan launched from the ESMC console could shut down the computer even if this post-scan action was not selected" is exactly what started happening after I've upgraded Endpoint clients to 7.3. Never happened before. The process C:\Program Files\ESET\ESET Security\ekrn.exe (WKST-VRN-BKP01) has initiated the power off of computer WKST-VRN-BKP01 on behalf of user NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM for the following reason: Other (Planned) Reason Code: 0x80000000 Shutdown Type: power off Comment: Computer scan completed That comes from scheduled scan policy (daily on-demand scan with post-scan action set to "no action"). All upgraded endpoint clients have been shutdown after this scan. Fix it please!
  4. Please consider adding firewall module for ESET File Security - as for me the very same module (as it exists in Endpoint products) would be enough. Managing firewalls centrally from ESMC for both desktops and servers makes perfect sense. I believe this feature would be widely used. I would also forward this request my my local distributors and would like to ask other ESET business users to do the same. Thanks in advance!
  5. Please consider moving Override mode button from advanced settings into general settings area. All our ESET Endpoint clients have password protected settings (password known only to IT support staff). At the moment in order to be able to use Override mode I'd have to either remove the password (not an option) or reveal the password to at least some users (also not an option). From my point of view it makes no sense... In our office all external devices are blocked by default by an appropriate policy. I have a couple of users who should be able to work with removable media but: 1) their settings must be password protected 2) I need them to allow specific removable media manually in Endpoint (thus making sure that it's correct AD user and he deliberately allows some particular USB stick he needs) 3) I need to be sure that user won't forget to activate device control after he finishes his work with removable media This could be achieved with activating Override mode for particular AD user for short period of time. The user would have to activate it manually, won't have to remember to deactivate it, won't have to know advanced settings password (meaning wouldn't be able to change something permanently).
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