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  1. I do not know what you mean by "WEB interface it provides". These are headless Linux boxes. There are no browsers available. I cannot register directly using the general outgoing NAT IP because the registration server is located in Slovakia and we have a country level block on traffic from Slovakia. That is highly unlikely to go away anytime soon. Apparently, the Cisco Firepower cannot apply a whitelist to the NAT address to override the block. I can register using a statically NATed IP and a whitelist but I do not have enough V4 IPs to provide one for each of several hundred int
  2. Finally have some time to test eset with a proxy. I set it up based on the instruction at https://help.eset.com/esmc_install/72/en-US/http_proxy_installation_linux.html. I deactivated one of my test boxes in the "trusted" network from the console (https://eba.eset.com/ba/devices). I then tried to run /opt/eset/efs/sbin/lic to register it again but there does not appear to be an option to specify a proxy to handle the request. $ sudo /opt/eset/efs/sbin/lic --help Usage: lic [OPTIONS..] ESET File Security License management utility Options: -s, --status Activation status
  3. Finally have some time to test eset with a proxy. I set it up based on the instruction at https://help.eset.com/esmc_install/72/en-US/http_proxy_installation_linux.html. I deactivated one of my test boxes in the "trusted" network from the console (https://eba.eset.com/ba/devices). I then tried to run /opt/eset/efs/sbin/lic to register it again but there does not appear to be an option to specify a proxy to handle the request. $ sudo /opt/eset/efs/sbin/lic --help Usage: lic [OPTIONS..] ESET File Security License management utility Options: -s, --status Activation status
  4. Oh. I see now. You didn't mean a policy in AD but in ESET Protect. I'll give it a try.
  5. Policy implies Windows. These are being installed on Linux. Specifically, CentOS and Oracle Linux. Does this means I cannot just set up an Apache proxy and point the individual installations to it?
  6. OK, it was definitlly that the communal NAT IP could not talk to servers in Slovakia. Why is a mystery of the Cisco Firepower security model. The next step is to create a proxy so how do I configure your software to use a proxy?
  7. @kurco The dump was good idea. It established to a high degree of confidence that traffic is being blocked. I see SYN packets to 91.228.166.181:80 leaving but no SYN-ACK packets come back. This may have to wait unitl the firewall admin gets back from Arizona. At elat unitl tomorrow morning...
  8. First thing I noticed is that I must have picked the wrong package to install. I installed efs-8.0.375.0.x86_64.rpm which does not have the utility listed. Once the other package -- eea-8.0.3.0-el7.x86_64.rpm -- was installed, I tried again. Same error I did find this in the logs: Apr 15 10:48:56 scageosocket01d.lereta.net licensed[56507]: ESET Endpoint Antivirus Error: Cannot receive data from server: Network is unreachable Apr 15 10:48:56 scageosocket01d.lereta.net licensed[56507]: ESET Endpoint Antivirus Error: Activation failed in association. Apr 15 10:48:56 scageosocket0
  9. I have a temporary license and an I created a business account. I installed on a test machine from the rpm file efs-8.0.375.0.x86_64.rpm. What I cannot do yet is get the client activated. Is there some documentation I can use to get this moving? I tried: sudo /opt/eset/efs/sbin/lic --key=TEMP_OR_ARY_LICENCE_KEY but it just returns after a minute or so with: Activation error: Activation failed in association. This is a headless machine without a GUI so command line only.
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