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Dear Team,

Is it possible to configure the mirror tool to pick update from the Updfiles folder or the tempMirror folder which is inside the Updfiles folder?

The Issue is, we configured the ESET Endpoint Security to create a mirror update for all Endpoints. Apparently the Endpoint can update itself (updfiles folder is updated) but creating the mirror is the challenge as it gets stucked at less than 10% and the packets are dropped.
 
Now the question: is it possible to create a mirrored update for all Endpoints (using the mirror tool) from the Updfiles folder or the tempMirror folder on the Endpoint?

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Is it possible to have all the endpoints pick the updates in the tempMirror folder? (It seems to have all the update file, although it is quite large 4.5GB)

Also, note that the Endpoint trying to create the mirror update and the Endpoints it is creating it for are all having (ESET Endpoint Security).

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No, the updfiles folder doesn't contain all necessary update files. At times it may be even almost empty. Is there any reason why you don't use http proxy to cache update files and thus save a lot of network traffic?

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11 minutes ago, Marcos said:

No, the updfiles folder doesn't contain all necessary update files. At times it may be even almost empty. Is there any reason why you don't use http proxy to cache update files and thus save a lot of network traffic?

Thank you macros for your quick response 

-they have poor internet network connection with limited bandwidth

Please what about the tempMirror folder,  which is in the updfiles folder? 

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I assume that the tempMirror folder contains temporary update files that are subsequently copied to the destination mirror folder. If the connection is interrupted, then it's likely that the tempMirror folder will not contain all necessary files either.

Is there any reason why don't you want to use an http proxy and thus reduce the internet traffic? Especially in locations with poor and slow Internet connection you would download a few MB at most compared to using a mirror when hundreds of MBs need to be downloaded with each update. Also using an http proxy would enable taking advantage of streamed updates which is not possible with a mirror.

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