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bandit61
Level 9

VSL 2.0.3.29216 versus ES for Linux 10.2.0.534

Does the ES-Client for Linux has a similar web-interface like the VSL had on

local host 127.0.0.1:55443?

It was a fast and easy way to check Linux-Clients in a Windows-Network. We have

windows-client running (w7, W10, server) Linux as VMs for development.

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Aidan
Level 14

Re: VSL 2.0.3.29216 versus ES for Linux 10.2.0.534

No - there is no UI with ENSL 10.2.

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bandit61
Level 9

Re: VSL 2.0.3.29216 versus ES for Linux 10.2.0.534

So, how to check the exception you made on the Linux-Client?

You just trust, your epo-Administrator or is there any other way

to look at the policy ENSL 10.2. transferred to your Linux-Client.

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Aidan
Level 14

Re: VSL 2.0.3.29216 versus ES for Linux 10.2.0.534

Most (if not all) commands are covered in the guide - if you mean excluded file or dir on the standard profile it would be

• View the files added to the exclusion list for standard process type.

./isecav --getoasconfig --exclusionlist --profile standard

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bandit61
Level 9

Re: VSL 2.0.3.29216 versus ES for Linux 10.2.0.534

It's a pitty that we will loose this visibility. Our epo-admins don't have

remote access to the linux.vm's and neither have they any deeper

linux-skills. the gui made their live quite easy, like the virus console

does on the windows-client. thay could chekc policy and their impacts

without disturbing the user. IMHO thats a deep step back!!linux_exceptions.jpg

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