ESET Smart Security and ESET NOD32 v3.0 Release Candidates available

Discussion in 'ESET Smart Security v3 Beta Forum' started by Marcos, Sep 21, 2007.

  1. Dugite

    Dugite Registered Member

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    I have installed the ESS since beta and have removed it each time as I cannot get it to allow my server running with FileZilla on port 2121 and I have tried port 21 default as well. Even with the latest I have installed and only run for an hour or so then uninstalled as FileZilla will not work.
    I have tried both auto and interactive modes to get this to work. In the interactive mode when I try connect to the file server I don't even get a pop up warning telling me I have Internet activity I just get a file server that is as tight as a drum and not allow anything through.
    Any suggestions from someone who has got a file server working with ESS would be appreciated.

    Cheers
     
  2. Trooper

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    Good idea.

    I see you are running Vista. I assume ESS is running fine on it? I plan to install Vista on a box at home soon, and would like to run ESS on it.
     
  3. ChickC

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    Am I missing the link or did you not post one? I sure would appreciate the file.
    Thanks
     
  4. Big Apple

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    I am running Vista with Eset Nod Antivirus, not ESS, but this is just running great.
     
  5. Rolmos

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    I run Windows Vista Business, and ESS RC runs fine. I haven't run into any problems with it, aside from some normal observations already reported on this forum.
     
  6. ASpace

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    I sent Big Apple a Private Message - that is why you are "missing" the file - download from here

    for EA v3 RC1
     
  7. rolarocka

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    nice configuration thx. i wonder why u didnt set web access protection to scan all files? Dont u think it is that necessary?
     
  8. ASpace

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    No , I don't think it is necessary to scan all files , especially the web protection . I used to have problems with the traffic before and my web protection is enabled but only the most important functions (e.g. scan just selected default set of extenstions , Protocol filtering scans only HTTP ports and port 110) . This is the most important . Everything else should be handled by the real-time file system protection (a.k.a eAMON) :p
     
  9. rolarocka

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    interesting. i used to have the exact opposite of your config. i set web protection to scan all files and realtime protection to scan only files with default extensions. well i guess this wasnt really smart.
     
  10. ChickC

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    Thanks HiTech boy and Big Apple

    Chick
     
  11. JASTECH

    JASTECH Registered Member

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    Well first I should say Howdy! as this is my first post on this board. I installed ESS RC1 3.0.141.0 about 4am today. I was a beta tester for OutPost Pro, Logitech, The Learning Center and Toms Hardware. Here is the system that it is running on. Just thought I would introduce myself :) Also, I just installed the ESS and it expires in like 3 days? Is there a new PW that will extend it? I am a retailer of NOD32 AV too.


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  12. ASpace

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    3.0.141 ?

    The latest public version is 3.0.414

    If you don't have it , download a fresh one and reinstall:

    1. Download fresh new ESS from http://www.eset.eu/download/beta
    1. Uninstall your current version from Control Panel -> Add/Remove programs
    2. Reboot the computer when prompted
    3. Delete manually these folders:

    - C:\Documents and Settings\All users\Application data\Eset
    - C:\Documents and Settings\your user\Local Settings\Application data\Eset

    4. Install again ESS RC1 . Use Typical install and keep essbeta for username/password
     
  13. PatG

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    Think he was so excited, typing so fast, he got the numbers transposed. :)
     
  14. WilliamP

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    Please don't take this wrong but I can't understand how anyone can keep up with what is going on. I feel that the current Beta number should be posted and then only the posts pertaining to the latest version be under that number. I'm looking forward to the final release,but I was thinking of trying the Beta. I was trying to find when the latest Beta was released or how many versions have been tried?
     
  15. JASTECH

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    Ok, I uninstalled teh RC1 I had and rebooted, removed files "eset" left over. After installing the newer beta version you stated it still shows Expires 11-1-2007. So that gives me just a couple of days to run this? It looks like I may have to look else ware for a VISTA 64 firewall. Thanks, JAS
     
  16. JASTECH

    JASTECH Registered Member

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    I can't find a Documents and settings in VISTA 64 so I used regedit. BUt as I stated in the above post it is still 11-1-2007
     
  17. crummock

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    Hi,

    I have Vista and I think the paths you need to delete are:

    C:\Users\XXXX\AppData\Roaming\Eset
    C:\Users\XXXX\AppData\Local\Eset
    C:\ProgramData\Eset

    These are the ones I removed a couple of months ago when I was having issues and needed a clean start.
     
  18. ASpace

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    Sorry , I forgot you mentioned Vista . Don't worry about . It is working fine now , right ?

    As for the date , it is expiration date of the current Release Candidate version . Eset will either extend the license or will release a new version . Again - nothing to worry about :D :thumb:
     
  19. JASTECH

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    Yes it is working fine, thanks! I hope they release something soon before I run out of days, lol. I have run many firewalls and AV's and stayed with NOD32 AV for a few years now and started selling it a few years ago too. I will run more tests on the FW and see how it protects. I still have a lifetime license from Agnitum for beta testing OutPost Pro but they have not adjusted to VISTA 64 yet and I can't leave these systems open to attacks. Thanks, JAS
     
  20. mr_mojo

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    FYI Jastech.......................Agnitum has just publicly released a version of Oupost Firewall Pro thats works with 64bit Vista.
     
  21. kC_

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    "works"??
    surely you mean "crashes"
     
  22. The Seeker

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    The warning seems to have disappeared in the last few minutes - no more orange tray icon.
     
  23. scottls

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    Re: ESET folders left over, clean uninstall/install...- FIX!

    ;) I am a software tech. This is my standard uninstall/reinstall procedure (I almost never have to reformat XP! Knocked on wood!).-

    1. I NEVER install ANY program update, over ANY older one (fast & dirty...!)! I always do a CLEAN uninstall, reinstall!-
    a. Restart & Click on the ESS icon and QUIT!
    NOTE. ALWAYS use "ONLY" the Windows Uninstaller!- MANY applications... set up a procedure in their folder that will final remove/reconfgure..., at "Restart!".
    -Most 3d party uninstallers… (dirty!)- remove EVERY trace… BEFORE Restart! This leaves MANY leftovers..., and future conflicts... (time to long reformat!)!
    NOTE1- ALWAYS Wait for your HD light to stop flashing (30 sec min.!).
    NOTE2- Almost nothing on XP is 100% complete, until AFTER a RESTART (never ShutDown!)! XP "LOVES!" Restarts!
    b. Restart & wait a few minutes (HD light to stop 30 for sec!), for XP to finish removing...
    1. Go into Explorer/Program Files..., Right click... on the ESET folder & Delete- DO NOT clean... from Recycle Bin until AFTER a Restart!
    a. Restart & wait about 2 min (always wait...!) for HD light to stop flashing (quick blinks too!)!
    b. Now I run safe freeware Cleanup v4.5.2 (review Options... first! ALWAYS reply "NO" to their fast Restart, & wait 1 min... & slow Restart manually!)- ALWAYS do a slow restart "!TWICE! (new indexes...!)" (CCleaner... too! New indexes...!))!!!
    c. I then run freeware Eusing Free Registry Cleaner v1.6 (ALWAYS slow "Restart" after running "EVERY/ANY" cleaner... (wait for HD light to stop, for at least 30 sec! (I wait 4 min on defrag!)).
    d. Now defrag your HD, WAIT1 min, and Restart "TWICE" (always on defrags!).
    2. Now install ESS (I've had BAD results..., with Advanced!?), & WAIT for HD to stop flashing (2 min...!)-
    Note: just because ANY application says, Restart Now/Finish..., it's NEVER really complete yet!- NEVER check "Open Now"!- Restart ALL… pgm... installs..., FIRST!
    a. Restart & patiently wait until ESS automatically downloads definitions..., before you open it!
    b. Do your Blackspears (Wilders- ESS expert!) recommended settings…, and RESTART.
    :thumb: DONE!
    P.S. Yea- it takes a little longer this way, but the good results... are well worth not having to fight with programs that malfunction...!
    (DELL XPS400, 3.2ghz Pentium D, WD Raptor C: HD (WOW!), 4gig Crucial memory...)
     
    Last edited: Oct 28, 2007
  24. SweX

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    Yes that sounds like a good solution to do after and before you install some programs BUT...

    I wont do so many restarts before Eset fix this thing whit the firewall
    everytime at windows start up 15 seconds after is the firewall malfunctioning and needs a restart, souns wierd to me :doubt: a restart after a pc upstart hmmm,,,

    So firewall malfunctioning and needs a restart 15 seconds after windows upstart, fix this please before a final release,
    then can i do what scottls said about Clear installations.

    SweX
     
  25. Graystoke

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    Re: ESET folders left over, clean uninstall/install...- FIX!


    Blackspear has recommended settings for ESS? Where are they? I don't see a Sticky any where.
     
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