chockomonkey

Any plans to show more info about failed tasks?

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I assume that ERA is in active development, but as i was trying to troubleshoot failed tasks yesterday i came upon this post: 

https://forum.eset.com/topic/4414-anyway-to-see-installation-failure-reason/

Which is a couple years old, pointing out the missing feature from ERA 5.

It's pretty bizarre that in a newer product, we have to do more work.. a sentiment that has essentially defined my experience with ERA 6. 

 

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That is pretty much how I feel about v6 (still waiting to see what's going to happen with v7) and that is why we are still on v5. We will shift to v7 since more and more threats are out there and v5 engine is not being developed anymore.

They had to shift to this new "web, IoT, bla bla bla" thing because everyone else are. And that is fine. I don't want to have more servers on premise to update, restart, backup....

But they are nice. They do ask about your opinion https://forum.eset.com/topic/14271-future-changes-to-eset-remote-administrator/

 

 

 

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Yea I really really wish I'd tested it more thoroughly before rolling it all out since I definitely would have preferred to stay on 5. 

I agree with you--while I can understand their move to the web console for larger distributed applications, for a small business like the one at which I work, its entirely unnecessary and i find myself realizing just how limited web consoles are. Everything from the time to display data to the lack of right-click context menus.. it's just all so clunky. 

 

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