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How to find patch level?

Hi!

 

I'm running F-secure anti-virus for Windows servers 9 on a bunch of servers.

 

I cannot find information about how to check which F-secure patches, if any, are installed on a particular server. Is there a way, hopefully practical ?

 

Greetings, Jush

Best Answer

  • Jari-PJari-P Posts: 79
    Accepted Answer

    Hi Jush,

     

    If you are running F-secure anti-virus for Windows servers 9 under Policy Manager you will find installed software from

     

    1. Open Policy Manager console

    2. Click view and choose antivirus mode

    3. Click Status tab

    4. Click Installed software

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  • JushJush Posts: 3

    Good, it works! Thanks!

  • etomcatetomcat Posts: 1,312

    Hello,

     

    Locally, there is a locally built-in utility called FSHOTFIX.EXE that shows installed hotfixes or their lack, thereof.

     

    If the servers are dispersed, querying via FSPM console is definitely more practical.

     

    > I'm running F-secure anti-virus for Windows servers 9 on a bunch of servers.

     

    With the impending release of new FSAV ESS 9.20, hopefully there won't be a need to check hotfix levels on Windows servers for a long time. I wish FSC Oy would definitely announce an RTM day for ESS 9.20 eventually, as the product has been dragging on for too long.

     

    Sincerely: Tamas Feher from Hungary.

    Jush
  • JushJush Posts: 3

    > Locally, there is a locally built-in utility called FSHOTFIX.EXE that shows installed hotfixes or their lack, thereof.

     

    Ahh, I hadn't noticed this one...  This is very useful, thanks! And I also fully agree about v 9.2 Smiley Wink

  • MJ-perCompMJ-perComp Posts: 1,098

    Planned GA for ESS9.20 is Thursday 26th unless something unexpected surfaces

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