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I download ESET Gateway Security Microsoft Forefront Threat Management Gateway Release Candidate
I install on TMG
I was not able to obtain any test licence from support@eset.ro or support@eset.com
i wait 3 days
I was trying to uninstall
The Uninstaller Hang up at "Devices..."
I wait 15 minutes
I shutdown TMG server
I start TMG server
I encounter errors
I try to uninstall
I was need to shut down in Safe Mode (very complicate to boot in safe mode in Virtual Machines)
I was able to uninstall ESET UNINSTALL utility.

I was willing to test with sincerity and honesty but ... unable :(

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The above is not the official Singapore website. The correct one is https://www.eset.com/sg/. The product should not be available there for download nor purchase since it's going to reach EOL towards the end of this year as per https://support.eset.com/en/kb3592

Version Release Date Latest build Current Status Full Support Limited Support Transition period
4.5 November 15, 2020 Warning.pngLimited Support Ended June 2020 Until December 2021  
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The program dates back to 2013 and was intended for use with Microsoft Forefront Threat Management Gateway running on Windows Server 2008 with Service Pack 2 or Windows Server 2008 R2.  As best as I can tell, Microsoft ended support for Microsoft Forefront Threat Management Gateway in April 2020.

You can find ESET's current business offerings at https://www.eset.com/int/business/small-and-medium/.


Aryeh Goretsky

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Other example or idea: you can transform this product into something protecting IIS or SQL not only simple firewall but also inspecting commands received by the server and by this way to be able to stop an attack BEFORE arrive the request to the IIS. It is an example.

Joust firewall is not enough, it also required Packet Inspection BEFORE arriving to IIS.

The GUY is nice, to pity to discontinue.

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