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jeffwol1
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Recommended scanning exclusions or other advice for using ENS for Linux?

We are going ahead with deploying Endpoint Security (version 10.7) for the first time in our Linux (CentOS and Redhat) environment. Up until this point we've only used McAfee products on Windows OS. I'm wondering if anybody has any advice for scanning exclusions that should be put in place or any other general advice about using the product, problems you've seen, etc. Thanks!

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gururaj
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Re: Recommended scanning exclusions or other advice for using ENS for Linux?

Hi,

Follow the below KB for supported version of the product and agent again the operating system.

make sure the agent is installed before installing the point product.  

https://kc.mcafee.com/corporate/index?page=content&id=KB87073

scanning exclusions that should be put in place or any other general advice about using the product, 

This completely depends on your environment, if you have database we suggest to get the exclusions from the vendor.

https://kc.mcafee.com/corporate/index?page=content&id=KB88807

Here is the list of default exclusions in ENSLTP:

  • arc
  • ctl
  • dbf
  • dbl
  • dtx
  • frm
  • jar
  • log
  • myd
  • myi
  • rdo
  • vmdk
  • war

Regards,

Gururaj.m.d

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