F-Secure Endpoint Proxy, also refered to as Policy Manager Proxy (PMP), is provided by F-Secure in order to minimize the bandwith usage while downloading updates to your Computer Protection clients. This proxy caches GUTS2 updates, meaning the malware signature database. If the proxy would not be available, the Computer Protection clients will automatically fall back to accessing GUTS2 directly.
This document provides the details on how to configure PMP and use it in a Computer Protection profile. It's a 2 step process as described below.
Download and install the latest version of F-Secure Policy Manager Proxy from this link https://www.f-secure.com/en/web/business_global/downloads/policy-manager
When asked for Proxy Manager Server address provide 0.0.0.0
yum install libstdc++.i686
yum install libstdc++.x86_64
Go to Profiles → Computer Protection for Windows tab
Select Profile that needs to be modified. Under General Settings look for F-secure Endpoint Proxy setting. Refer below screenshot
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.
Verifying on Client
Open client, click Tools → Check for updates → View Details.
In the upper part of the window there is Update server field with PMP address value. Make sure, it's the correct one and then click Check now.
It should execute the check without any errors.
Note: Policy Manager Proxy use the port 80 by default, please make sure this is not blocked by windows firewall.
We now have this post as a KB article here. Please refer to the KB article as it has the most up-to-date information for this topic.