F-Secure Endpoint Proxy, also referred to as Policy Manager Proxy (PMP) is provided by F-Secure to minimize the bandwidth usage while downloading updates to Computer Protection clients. This proxy caches GUTS2 updates -- the malware signature database. If the PMP is not available, Computer Protection clients automatically fall back to accessing GUTS2 directly.
In this article, we explain how to configure the Policy Manager Proxy and use it with Computer Protection profiles.
libstdc++package by running these commands:
yum install libstdc++.i686
yum install libstdc++.x86_64
<installation_directory>/F-Secure/Management Server 5/logs
||This log lists the requests received from the clients with a response status; for example, a 503 status, means the update is not downloaded from GUTS2 yet, please try again later.|
||This log lists what was asked by clients. If some updates are missing and requests are received from the client end with a 503 status, the reasons for this are written in this log.|
||This log lists the downloads from GUTS2.|
This setting represents the local server address set in step 1. Once this profile is assigned to the computer, it can also be verified on the client.
The check should execute without any errors.
Note: The Policy Manager Proxy uses port 80 by default. Make sure this is not blocked by the Windows firewall.