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EndPoint Threat Prevention for Linux 10.2 - ePO managed update task fails to run

We are testing the latest EndPoint Threat Prevention for Linux version 10.2 on a Redhat 7.3 server. After a day or so, I noticed that the system failed to update to the latest virus definitions. If you manually try to force the update task then you get an error "Failed to run task". I also noticed that listing the tasks will show the default update task a showing "Aborted". If I reboot the server, then it will update. We can't keep doing that for RedHat systems as these are servers and need to stay up. Also noticed that the system will stop reporting the DAT & Version on the ePO reports after a few days.

We are using ePO 5.3.3 and ePOagent for Linux version 5.0.6.220. I am not familiar with the agent for Linux. Does anyone have any suggestions?

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