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ESET File Security for Microsoft Windows Server version 6.2 has been released

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ESET File Security for Microsoft Windows Server version 6.2.12007.0 has been released and is available to download.



  • Added: Hyper-V storage scan allows inspection of virtual machines (both turned off and running) hosted by the server with enabled Hyper-V role NOTE: A scan of running VMs is possible only on Microsoft Windows Server 2012 and newer
  • Added: Exclusions of separate processes to improve stability, performance and availability of critical services (for example, a backup)
  • Improved: Settings synchronization across cluster nodes works properly even if centrally managed by ESET Remote Administrator
  • Fixed: License synchronization issue between cluster nodes does not work correctly 
  • Fixed: Configuration for suppressing specific status messages in ESET Graphical User Interface (eGUI) does not work for eShell (suppressed notifications are always displayed in eShell)
  • Fixed: If the ESET product has been activated using License Key or Security Admin account, and then Offline file is used for re-activation, subsequent re-activation with the License Key or Security Admin account is not possible
  • Fixed: Despite a central policy from ESET Remote Administrator with settings lock in place, users with administrative rights can revert product settings to default values locally and thereby override the policy up to the point of the next policy sync with ERA


For more information and to download the product, visit the ESET File Security for Microsoft Windows Server download page, or to check availability in your region, contact your local reseller, distributor or ESET office.


Known Issues:

For a detailed list of known issues, see Known issues for version 6 ESET File Security for Microsoft Windows Server.


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