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  1. Hi Marcos, I now have both log files but they are 55MB and 56 MB so can't post here. I collected logs for just today.
  2. Thanks Marcos. I couldn't find a setting to exclude from SSL filtering, only Protocol Filtering, which I guess has a wider scope than just SSL? Adding the IP address in there does indeed make the problem go away. Would you envisage this being a short-term workaround or a long-term solution? Many thanks Jim
  3. Hello I need to access some remote Dell iDRAC consoles (remote access consoles). The certificates are self-signed by the iDRAC. I can access the iDRAC itself with no problem, it all works well, although I do get browser warnings about the site not being secure. However if I try to access the Virtual Console I get a few popups and then a connection closed message. Viewing the (invalid) certificate shows ISSUED TO as the iDRAC name and ISSUED BY as ESET. If I Disable "Enable SSL/TLS protocol filtering" under Web and Email is the ESET client, I can connect successfully. In this case both ISSUED TO and ISSUED BY show the iDRAC name. What might be the best way to resolve this, aside from completely disabling SSL protocol filtering? I am using 8.0.2028.0 on Win10. Many thanks, Jim
  4. Strange, we have another server (https://sagfunc5abbde991b39cdc0aos.cloudax.dynamics.com/) which eset is correctly flagging. but it definitely didn't flag the original one I reported, and it had the same cert expiry date.
  5. It's this one: saglobal-sandbox1ceacc237d6aa5aedevaos.cloudax.dynamics.com/ However we have already refreshed the certificates. Let me see if we have another site in the same situation.
  6. Hi Can someone clarify how the ESET "man in the middle" certificate operates, with regards to revoked certificates? We access a website where we *know* the certificate was revoked on 15th. if I access from a PC on our network, protected by ESET, access is allowed (it shouldn't be): If I access the site from another computer, not protected by ESET, the site is correctly rejected by Chrome: This doesn't seem right to me. Jim
  7. Hi We've pushed tasks to a load of clients today, and ESET is preventing shutdown/restart. Never had this prior to 8.0x version. The computers are Windows 10H2.
  8. You'll have to do this after every java update I'm afraid. Your steps are spot on, except you don't need any reboots. if Tomcat isn't running you just go into tomcat9w as you rightly say, then update the java path, then start tomcat service. I had to do it again on Monday.
  9. Great to hear this this is going to be improved, I have some fairly complex PowerScript commands that I execute via the run command. For example I have commands which will: Download TeamViewer Download a config file Install TeamViewer using msiexec Email me the TeamViewer ID from the registry. Getting this to work took time, and seeing all this on a single line script is horrible to maintain :) So seeing an improved experience will be fantastic.
  10. Hi I use ERA daily, and on thing I am using extensively is the "Run Command" option. Specifically, I am using this with PowerShell. Typing a multi-line PS script into the tiny "command to execute" box on the Run Command task, prefixed with "powershell" is really clunky, and I invariably have to compose the script in Notepad first. Here's an example of a script which works: which I have to type into the task as a single line, separating the commands with semicolons: it would be great if there was a separate "Execute PowerShell" task, with a multi-line edit box, allowing much more complex PS scripts to be composed. Pretty much all Windows computers have PowerShell now, so it would be great if it were easier to interact with it and send commands to client machines in this way. Many thanks Jim
  11. Hi I use ERA daily, and on thing I am using extensively is the "Run Command" option. Specifically, I am using this with PowerShell. Typing a multi-line PS script into the tiny "command to execute" box on the Run Command task, prefixed with "powershell" is really clunky, and I invariably have to compose the script in Notepad first. Here's an example: $secpasswd = ConvertTo-SecureString 'abc123' -AsPlainText -Force $cred = New-Object System.Management.Automation.PSCredential ('xxx', $secpasswd) Invoke-WebRequest 'http://xxx.co.uk/TeamViewer/SH.jpg' -OutFile 'C:\Windows\Temp\SH.jpg' -Credential $cred" which I have to type into the task as: powershell -Command "$secpasswd = ConvertTo-SecureString 'abc123' -AsPlainText -Force;$cred = New-Object System.Management.Automation.PSCredential ('xxx', $secpasswd);Invoke-WebRequest 'http://xxx.co.uk/TeamViewer/SH.jpg' -OutFile 'C:\Windows\Temp\SH.jpg' -Credential $cred" it would be great if there was a separate "Execute PowerShell" task, with a multi-line edit box, allowing much more complex PS scripts to be composed. Many thanks Jim
  12. Hello I use the "installed applications" facility a lot, as it's great for telling me what's installed on our different machines. How often does this scanning take place? Our Agent checks-in to ERA every 60 seconds but on one PC there are applications showing which I uninstalled 4-5 hours ago. Is there a way to force a rescan? Many thanks Jim
  13. No problem, thanks for clarifying Michal
  14. Hi all from latest ESMC is there a task I can push to clients to upgrade them to the latest version of Windows, e.g. from 1903 to 1909? The Windows Update task, even with the Optional Updates option, doesn't seem to force the update. Many thanks Jim
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