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When creating a task for remote installation of antivirus software using ESET Protect 8.0, the Failed to sync package repository error occurs. See the trace message for details. (GetFile: Failed to process HTTP request (error code: 20033, url: 'http: //repository.eset.com/v1//com/eset/apps/business/ees/windows/metadata3')) but the agent is propagating normal and no errors. Can't figure out where the error is.

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I do not have the Internet on my clients' machines prohibited by company rules. As I understand it, you need to deploy a mirror on the server and how to do it I don't understand. ESET Protect deployed from an image on a hypervisor hyper-v on CentosOS

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If clients don't have Internet connection and there is no option to set up an http proxy server either, you can put the installer into a share and use the path in a software install task as per https://help.eset.com/protect_admin/81/en-US/client_tasks_software_install.html

It is not necessary to mirror the whole repository and download also unnecessary installers. However, if possible always use ESET's http proxy in environment where machines have no direct Internet access but are connected in LAN.

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