The first two were successful. Under the section "Test GTI-REST using the Artemis test program" I'm not sure how to verify what actually happened. Should it be in a log file somewhere? Looking at the Event Log in the McAfee Endpoint Security console nothing shows up. The only thing I do get is after running the file I get a dialog box with "Thanks for executing one of the MBL installation check test files. [dirty}." Does this mean success?
I have verified that the computer running the test has a policy for On Access scanning, and the Enable GTI is checked.
Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
Hello @jbevly Thank you for reaching out McAfee Enterprise Support Community. If we run the third test "Test GTI-REST using the Artemis test program", Did we extarct the file using the password "test_detection" . After we extract Rest-GTI-Artemis-test.exe, We should execute the file to trigger an on-access scan on this file.
The sample contains a test detection that only triggers a detection if GTI File Reputation using REST is enabled and working.
The detection name Artemis!5DB32A316F07 appears in the threat event.
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I was able to extract it and run it. I am using ENS, where is that On-Access Scan console found? I also found in the article to Test GTI-REST connectivity. This fails. The article does not describe what to do in order to fix it. Running powershell "curl -kvx proxyaddress:port (with my proxy and the rest of the command that I cannot post) returns the error "A parameter cannot be found that matches parameter name 'kvx'". Thanks for any help.
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