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  1. I believe it's P8DQRXPVLP You should be able to run this command to get a list of the values: sqlite3 /var/db/SystemPolicyConfiguration/KextPolicy "SELECT developer_name,team_id,bundle_id,allowed from kext_policy"
  2. OK -- we figured out how to do this. If anybody else is interested: Two preinstall steps: sudo killall esets_gui sudo launchctl unload /Library/LaunchDaemons/com.eset.esets_daemon.plist Install the application (in our case either Office 2016 or 2019) then two post-install steps: sudo launchctl load /Library/LaunchDaemons/com.eset.esets_daemon.plist open -a “/Applications/ESET Endpoint Antivirus.app” Not the best solution -- but Office installs are taking *at a minimum* 4 times longer with 6.7.900, so we had to do something...
  3. This is related to my Office vs. 6.7.900 issue. Is there a command-line way to disable the Real-Time scanner and then another command to re-enable it? That would be a better (and faster) short-term solution we might be able to push out to our 8000+ system fleet to address the problem with 6.7.900
  4. Yeah, I've already started that process, but wanted to know if this a "just us" thing or not.
  5. Hey all... We just pushed out ESET A/V 6.7.900 to our fleet and Microsoft Office installations are now taking significantly longer (like going from 8 minutes to 30-60 minutes) Anybody else seeing similar?
  6. Description: For the Mac version of ESET, the "alert" settings should be global settings and not per-user settings. Details: We are one of the orgs moving from SCEP to ESET for now and *not* using the ERA (as we would prefer not to have to spin up yet-another-server for this.) Apparently all the Preferences --> User --> Alerts and Notification settings are stored within a ~/.esets/gui.cfg file. This is a problem -- especially for the "Protection Statuses" Alerts. We need to be able to turn those off globally -- especially for computer labs where local student accounts are wiped from computers soon after they log out. We (as computer administrators) should be able to set these globally for all users without having to massage a file into each user account every time somebody new logs into the computer. It's nice to see that ESETs has more notifications than SCEP, but end users in a computer lab do not need to get an alert that "operating system is not up to date" (for example) when we control OS patch releases.
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