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ESET built-in-Policy: ESET management agent - Agent disable windows security center firewall notification and HTTP proxy usage


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Hi, is the built-in-Policy: ESET management agent - Agent disable windows security center firewall notification has to be applied? Is this policy just to disable the windows notification? I find it odd when I upgraded my ESET Protect to 9.0 this showed on my Custom Policies. 

 

Also I applied to a selected workstations ESET Endpoint for Windows - Antivirus Maximum security policy, I noticed the HTTP Proxy usage automatically applied to all workstations. Is this by default needs to be applied?

 

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Hello @mars_ots

  1. The policy to "disable windows security center firewall notification" - this one disables the alert that will be show in the ESET PROTECT Console in case the FW component of the OS is disabled and Windows reports this over WMI. Agents then takes this message and interprets it. 
  2. Policy for "HTTP Proxy Usage" is enabled / assigned by default if you have installed your "ESET PROTECT Server" with "Apache HTTP PROXY" component enabled. It basically configures every agent / endpoint to communicate with "outside world" via this proxy, which allows better network utilization, caching of update files, etc. 
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