Set Imon To "High Efficiency" Across Whole Network (Enterprise Edition RAC)

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  1. slyder

    slyder Registered Member

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    Hi. We have Nod32 Enterprise Edition and have deployed preconfigured nod32 settings via the Remote Admin Console.

    I manually set all programs to "higher efficiency" in Imon on a workstation, then opened that configuration in RAC, and saved it, then deployed it to the rest of the network.

    On the original workstation the programs show as "higher efficiency", but on all the other workstations they come up as "higher compatibility"

    Is there any way to set all pc's on the network to "higher efficiency"?

    Thanks,
     
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  2. slyder

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    Bump!

    Anyone manage a NOD32 Enterprise network via Remote Admin Console? Have you set the IMON efficiency level via this?
     
  3. YeOldeStonecat

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    I would open the config that you use to manage your workstations...check on the IMON settings, edit if necessary, save if edited...then push out to workstations again.

    In config editor..IMON==>Settings==>POP3...last choice

    I always create configs for the network from scratch from the RAC..and push them out. Create install packages based on that config. Each time I edit/change a config...I update the matching install packages.
     
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    Hi,

    First: Remember you have always a little time for the clients to synchronize with RAC.
    Further: Is the setting still wrong after rebooting a client?
    I don't know if you need to do this, but it might.
    (It won't be the first time when using Windows that a reboot must do the job) :D
     
  5. slyder

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    Thanks for the reply!

    Unfortunately the "higher efficiency" bit only covers Pop3. I want to set local programs like Internet Explorer and Firefox to use "higher efficiency" http scanning.

    I have the following string set in HTTP, Higher effeciency application list:

    LegitCheck\iexplore.exe|Microsoft BITS/6.6\svchost.exe|Microsoft-CryptoAPI/5.131.2600.2180\msiexec.exe|Mozilla/4.0\iexplore.exe|Mozilla/4.0\OUTLOOK.EXE|Mozilla/4.0\WINWORD.EXE|Mozilla/5.0\firefox.exe|NOD32 Update\nod32krn.exe|Office Update\iexplore.exe|SCAgent\Explorer.EXE|Windows-Update-Agent\iexplore.exe|Windows-Update-Agent\svchost.exe

    The problem is that this will only give the above applications higher efficiency. If a user adds more programs to their computer that access the internet they will come up as "higher compatibility".

    Its a shame there isn't a tick box where you could specify that all clients should use "higher efficiency" for all applications
     
  6. YeOldeStonecat

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    Oh..under HTTP....it wasn't specified which part.

    I don't mess with this area, I prefer default settings..but in the RAC there is a section where you can add programs to the list.

    But all the client has to do, if you allow them to screw with this area, is click on which choice they want...compatability, or efficiency. You'll see it turn from red to green.
     
  7. rumpstah

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    Hi slyder:

    The mirror is the best place for these types of settings. Pushing out through the RAC is okay for some items, but HE for IExplore and Firefox are best served through the mirror .xml.
     
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