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I'm getting warnings of DNS update.eset.com timed out after none of the configured DNS servers responded.  Is there anything I need to be worried about?

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6 minutes ago, Purpleroses said:

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I'm getting warnings of DNS update.eset.com timed out after none of the configured car hostel dubaiDNS servers responded.  Is there anything I need to be worried about?

Hello, I am also suffering from DNS issue from a Week, hope some one answer to solve it.

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52 minutes ago, Purpleroses said:

How do you look up nslookup update.eset.com

Open a command prompt window and then enter;

nslookup update.eset.com

Your output should look something like this:

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If you run update, is a new warning record generated in the event log? If you run update repeatedly, is a new record generated each time you run update? If you do a DNS look-up, is a new warning record generated?

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No there is no new warning recorded in the event log if I manually update.  But at 3:31pm today when it automatically looked for updates there was a new event in the event log.   If I do the  DNS lookup there is no new warning either.

 

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Again using command prompt window and the IP address returned via previous nslookup, ping that IP address as shown in the below screen shot. Reply should be almost instantaneous.

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Clear the update cache as shown in this article: https://support.eset.com/en/kb3189-resolve-modules-update-errors-in-eset-windows-home-products

Check if that eliminates the Win event log entries.

BTW - did you verify that Eset is not actually updating? That the issue is just Win Event log related?

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Eset is updating I don't have any errors in eset.  Every module is successfully updated!! Was just seeing sometimes the warnings in Win event log.

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1 hour ago, Purpleroses said:

Eset is updating I don't have any errors in eset.  Every module is successfully updated!! Was just seeing sometimes the warnings in Win event log.

Then that's a lot better situation.

The only Warning 1014 log entries I ever received on my Win 10 1909 build are for wpad timeouts at logon time which I have seen every since I have been on Win 10.

I really have no clue why these Eset related Win Event log entries would be created on your build. It might be related to the DNS provider you are using.

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