Configure F-Secure Policy Manager to use Microsoft's Best Practices

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Configure F-Secure Policy Manager to use Microsoft's Best Practices

Is there a document that references how to configure F-Secure Policy Manager to use Microsoft's best practices related to:

 

Windows 7/8/2012
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/822158

 

Cluster Hyper-V
http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/2179.hyper-v-anti-virus-exclusions-for-hy...

 

Exchange 2013
https://technet.microsoft.com/pt-br/library/bb332342(v=exchg.150).aspx

 

I had a problem in the migration of VMs between hosts, the analysis did not find any problems in the Cluster configuration, I removed the F-Secure Server Security and the problem stopped happening, a conflict exists in the cluster with AV, how to solve ?

 

I  configure some exclusion list in the F-Secure and the problem diminished but not over.

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Re: Configure F-Secure Policy Manager to use Microsoft's Best Practices

Hello Emerson,

 

The recommened method would be to use the "F-Secure Security for Virtual and Cloud Environments" addition, so that virus scanning happens mostly not in the Windows VMs, but gets off-loaded to a separate specialized CentOS VM, called the "FSAV SRS" (F-Secure AV Scanning and Reputation Server").

 

Running a full-fledged FSAV (E)SS 11.101 copy on each Windows Server VM is quite wasteful of resources, because the Aquarius scanning engine has a large RAM and CPU footprint.

 

Best regards: Tamas Feher, Hungary.