Is SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 (SLES) a supported platform for F-Secure Linux Security 64?
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 (SLES) has been added to the officially supported platforms for F-Secure Linux Security 64. For more details you can check the release notes on this link.
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F-Secure Linux Security 64 is not connecting to the Policy Manager Server and it is not visible in the "Import new hosts" tab in Policy Manager Console.
Verify the connection from F-Secure Linux Security 64 to the Policy Manager Server. If the issue persists, configure the address of Policy Manager Server using the server's IP address instead of hostname during the creation of the installation package.
Article no: 000016582
How to update malware definitions for Policy Manager 13.x/14.x in an isolated network.
Policy Manager offers two options for updating virus definitions in isolated networks that have no direct connection to the Internet.
If your network configuration allows Policy Manager to access internal resources with Internet access, we recommend that you use Policy Manager Proxy as the source for updates. For more details click here. If using Policy Manager Proxy is not an option, you can use a tool provided with Policy Manager to fetch the updates as an archive and copy that to the server where Policy Manager is installed. For more details click here.
Article no: 000002697
When using image files to distribute product installations, how can I reset the host UID for Policy Manager Proxy to prevent duplicate hosts appearing in Policy Manager?
If you use image files to distribute product installations, you need to make sure that there are no unique ID conflicts. For Policy Manager Proxy this can be prevented by following the steps below:
Stop F-Secure Policy Manager Server service:
Linux: [/etc/init.d/fspms stop] Windows: [net stop fsms]
Remove following two files:
<F-Secure Installation Folder>\Management Server 5\data\h2db\fspms.h2.db <F-Secure Installation Folder>\Management Server 5\data\fspms.jks
Use fspmp-enroll-tls-certificate script to generate proxy node certificate. Run the script and authenticate yourself as root administrator of the Master Policy Manager:
Linux: /opt/f-secure/fspms/bin/fspmp-enroll-tls-certificate Windows: <F-Secure Installation Folder>/Management Server 5/bin/fspmp-enroll-tls-certificate.bat
Start F-Secure Policy Manager Server service:
Linux: [/etc/init.d/fspms start] Windows: [net start fsms]
Article no: 000016987