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  1. Found the answer - under the the installation (programfiles\eset\enterpriseinspector - a file named eiserver.ini same place to change the connection port
  2. Hi This is a quick question Is it possible to change the listening port on the server after installation? (I'm on the default 8093 and would like to change it) Thanks
  3. Thanks for the info, so I understand the issue is with a kernel version - something I can't allow to have a lower version in my organization. Waiting for a fix for that. Thank you!
  4. oh nice !I didn't know it was related. for the time being I downgraded the computers that had this slow down appear, back to 8.0.3.0 Hope it'll get fixed asap
  5. Going back to this topic. Seems like Ubuntu 20.04\18.04 gets stuck with 8.1.3 after a while (I'm thinking startup scan? ) the user experiences major freezes of the UI, everything you try to open (from Terminal to browser\apps) gets stuck for a certain period of time and then suddenly opens. any ideas what it's related to? (certain scan I should limit perhaps?)
  6. Hi I'll be reviving this post for a few points if possible 1. how do you exclude it for Mac\Windows users? 2. how do you tell ESET to warn the user when they are being remotely connected? Thanks!
  7. Thanks for the quick reply @MichalJ So I just ran into another limitation in that short period of time it took you to reply I'm trying to get the following information: Computer name, Serial Number, CPU, RAM(total a mount), list of installed applications (Specifically looking for Java variants + Intellij products(Pycharm\idea) ) and the versions of these applications\java. I made an entire application report separately to the hardware one. but it seems that even in Hardware report I will need to break it down between CPU\RAM and even serial number each on its own report, which is a HUGE limitation for such straight forward information.
  8. Hi Everyone, I'd like to create a report that has both Hardware information (RAM\CPU\Serial number), Computer name, and applications installed on the machine. For some reason once you select something specific, the list is being cut drastically to very specific topics after that. Any chance to lift this limit and be able and product a single report with everything inside, without needing to merge these reports together in a separate process? If that doesn't exist, can that be added to a feature request to the ESET Console? That would really REALLY be helpful! Thanks
  9. Updating - I sent the logs + the extended logs (Allowing logging + collect logs again) hopefully I'll get some answers soon Thanks again @Marcos
  10. Hi, I'm reopening this: got the following error on a system I made sure secure boot is disabled: confd[35403]: ESET Endpoint Antivirus Debug: Application socket 2531725551373760: usage for user 996: 1 connection(s) confd[35403]: ESET Endpoint Antivirus Debug: Invalid CfgModuleRegisterCallbackRequest on path plugins.01000600.settings.GlobalScanner, error 7020 confd[35403]: ESET Endpoint Antivirus Debug: Application socket 2531725551373760: usage for user 996: 1 connection(s) scand[35418]: ESET Endpoint Antivirus Debug: NODMEM: /var/opt/eset/eea/lib/em003_64.dat(0x31b000, 0xde000, 0x1a000) = 0x7f5901624000 scand[35418]: ESET Endpoint Antivirus Debug: NODMEM: /var/opt/eset/eea/lib/em052_64.dat(0x5b000, 0xb000, 0x6000) = 0x7f59015b8000 scand[35418]: ESET Endpoint Antivirus Debug: NODMEM: /var/opt/eset/eea/lib/em002_64.dat(0x0, 0x7387000, 0x0) = 0x7f58fa231000 scand[35418]: ESET Endpoint Antivirus Debug: NODMEM: /var/opt/eset/eea/lib/em002_64.dat(0x1d8000, 0x81000, 0x1d000) = 0x7f58f9fbb000 scand[35418]: ESET Endpoint Antivirus Debug: NODMEM: /var/opt/eset/eea/lib/em004_64.dat(0x2d6000, 0x345000, 0x1d000) = 0x7f58f9983000 confd[35403]: ESET Endpoint Antivirus Debug: Application socket 2531725551373760: usage for user 996: 1 connection(s) confd[35403]: ESET Endpoint Antivirus Debug: Application socket 2531725551373760: usage for user 996: 1 connection(s) confd[35403]: ESET Endpoint Antivirus Debug: Application socket 2531725551373760: usage for user 996: 1 connection(s) confd[35403]: ESET Endpoint Antivirus Debug: Application socket 2531725551373760: usage for user 996: 1 connection(s) confd[35403]: ESET Endpoint Antivirus Debug: Application socket 2531725551373760: usage for user 996: 1 connection(s) confd[35403]: ESET Endpoint Antivirus Debug: Application socket 2531725551373760: usage for user 996: 1 connection(s) confd[35403]: ESET Endpoint Antivirus Debug: Application socket 2531725551373760: usage for user 996: 1 connection(s) confd[35403]: ESET Endpoint Antivirus Debug: Application socket 2531725551373760: usage for user 996: 1 connection(s) confd[35403]: ESET Endpoint Antivirus Debug: Application socket 2531725551373760: usage for user 996: 1 connection(s) confd[35403]: ESET Endpoint Antivirus Debug: Application socket 2531725551373760: usage for user 996: 1 connection(s) scand[35418]: ESET Endpoint Antivirus Debug: NODMEM: /var/opt/eset/eea/lib/em000_64.dat(0x1c000, 0x6000, 0x2000) = 0x7f58f8038000 Any ideas why I keep getting : adding another piece of log: logd[36759]: ESET Endpoint Antivirus Debug: NODMEM: /var/opt/eset/eea/lib/em000_64.dat(0x1c000, 0x6000, 0x2000) = 0x7f6e9f5f1000 logd[36759]: ESET Endpoint Antivirus Debug: Application socket 2537354074143300: usage for user 995: 0 connection(s) confd[36765]: ESET Endpoint Antivirus Debug: Application socket 2531747610133760: usage for user 995: 0 connection(s) confd[36765]: ESET Endpoint Antivirus Debug: Application socket 2531747610133760: usage for user 995: 0 connection(s) startd[36756]: ESET Endpoint Antivirus Debug: NODMEM: /var/opt/eset/eea/lib/em000_64.dat(0x1c000, 0x6000, 0x2000) = 0x7f1186743000 startd[36756]: ESET Endpoint Antivirus Debug: Process /opt/eset/eea/lib/oaeventd[36771] has been created. startd[36756]: ESET Endpoint Antivirus Debug: Process /opt/eset/eea/lib/scand[36780] has been created. oaeventd[36771]: ESET Endpoint Antivirus Error: Cannot open file /lib/modules/5.8.0-36-generic/eset/eea/eset_rtp.ko: No such file or directory oaeventd[36771]: ESET Endpoint Antivirus Error: Initialization of system handler for on-access scan has failed. Please update your OS and restart your computer, then check system logs. oaeventd[36771]: ESET Endpoint Antivirus Debug: NODMEM: /var/opt/eset/eea/lib/em000_64.dat(0x1c000, 0x6000, 0x2000) = 0x7efeb4110000 oaeventd[36771]: ESET Endpoint Antivirus Debug: NODMEM: /var/opt/eset/eea/lib/em000_64.dat(0x1c000, 0x6000, 0x2000) = 0x7efeb4110000 Some info on the machine: New Dell Latitude 7410. Ubuntu 20.04.1 LTS Thanks @Marcos
  11. I never tried to mess around with that, so I assume unless ESET has some default to block certain repos, there shouldn't be anything blocking it. in terms of working through proxy, I have such solution deployed, but I'm limiting it to agent reporting only and not mirroring or serving as download points for app
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