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ESET Protect and replication


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So I've installed ESET Protect and found the area for policies, etc.

However, when we used ERA in the past, we could set up another instance in a remote site so policies and updates aren't pushed over the WAN link.

I've looked into the configuration and I don't see anything obvious here. I remember before the two sites were aware of each other, and replicated data and license information to each other.

How do you set this up in ESET Protect?

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Hello, there is no concept of "server to server" replication in ESET PROTECT (or any ERA newer than version 6). It is based on a concept of a central server, and multi tenancy, meaning you can have different admins responsible for different sites / locations, however all of the computers still connect to a central server. 

You can theoretically use HTTP Proxy component, to forward the connections.

More details can be found in architecture portion of our help: https://help.eset.com/protect_install/80/en-US/?architecture.html 

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Oh, I think I understand now. We have ESET Protect at our main office, so in the smaller offices the Apache HTTP Proxy needs to be installed to cache updates?

Then I need to use the ESET Protect ip address, and only on remote sites have a policy to set the proxy address?

Seems fairly straightforward.

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