i've set up a testing scenario with DLP 9.1 and EEFF 4.0 .
I have some troubles with the product - it's killing my nerves...
Hope someone has an idea how to fix it..
1. Make all removable Storage read only
I used the default "all removeable storage" device definition to make all removeable storage read only. this works fine until you test it with sd-cards....
The EEFF can make them read only without any problems...
I have the idea to triggert the device defintion on the file system instead ot the bus-type but is this the correct way ?
Edit: Also this trick to trigger just on the file system doesn*t work for sd-cards...
I've tested the Performance of my configuration. Nothing really special in it , just blocking some devices and make removable storage read only..
HIPS is deactivted and VSE 8.8 is configured.
Copy-Job to network share.
I have copied a folder with 1809 files in , size about 232 MB look at the times it's horrible...
The Times are Seconds..
Setup Test1 TEst2 Average
|Win 7 x64 DLP + EEFF + VSE + HIPS||125||124||124,5|
|Win7 X64 DLP + VSE + HIPS||126||128||127|
|Win7 x64 VSE + HIPS||34||34||34|
Desktop-Computer with XP and
Sophos / Symantec
|Without Sophos / Symantec||34||35||34,5|
|Mcafee on XP Desktop all Products||82||74||78|
|XP Desktop DLP+ VSE+ HIPS||70||66||68|
|XP Desktop VSE + HIPS||52||41||46,5|
Also the boot-time is terrible long on the xp-client with DLP and EEFF installed..
Any hints ?
Nachricht geändert durch flhammer on 17.04.12 01:20:05 CDT