Description: Individual firewall rule hit count.
Detail: Similar to hardware firewalls, it would be nice to see a hit count, packets matched, kind of information per individual firewall rule in Endpoint protection, also for that information (similar to above requests) to be visible in ERA, and total of the hits across all clients with the same rule. So we can generate reports, this makes it easier to find rules no longer being used and can be removed safely.
Description: Schedule database backup to network/email Detail: Most UTM appliances offer feature of scheduling configuration backup to certain email or network path. I have not found this option yet in ERA VA 6.5?
Description: Schedule policy apply time Detail: Give possibility to schedule policy. I want my employees who use notebooks to have one policy while working hours and one policy during lunch or during non working hours.
Description: Generate report for configured policy Detail: My managers sometimes want report on how policy is configure for certain departments, employees.
Description: Policy in XML format Detail: editing policy via XML can be done via custom built tool if you provide schema. I don't have to spend too much time in web interface. Policy can be designed by security consultant in tool and then he can send me XML for me to import to ERA.
Description: Application/Process usage report Detail: Dashboard that would report apps/processes running on users PC and show additional data like network connections, CPU, RAM usage...something like "light" Sysinspector.
Description: Apache HTTP Proxy vs Mirror Detail: Please give some tabular feedback/log in ERA interface what clients have downloaded and when what updates. Searching apache log in virtual machine is time consuming.
Description: ESET Authentication server Detail: I'm using EAS in v5 to authenticate with zone. I've asked before for this feature to be ported to virtual appliance but no response was given. I have need for client firewall to know is it really on my network or somewhere else. Having trusted source that confirms to client firewall "yes you are on corporate network" is big thing for us.
Maybe you have solved this in other way that I'm not aware yet?
Description: FQDN rules in firewall Detail: We are using many CDN content from online services, like O365, Google Drive etc. Basically, we have clients that leave network and we want them to be able to access only certain services when they are off corporate network. Some services provide IP address for firewall, some FQDN. Do you have any plan to implement FQDN rules?