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To add your internet proxy settings to the ESET Endpoint Encryption (EEE) Server, please perform the following steps; * Log in to the EEE Server * Click on CONTROL PANEL in the top right hand corner of the EEE Server * Click GLOBAL SETTINGS from t...
By default the ESET Endpoint Encryption (EEE) Server uses HTTP communication on port 80 if available. If port 80 is not available during install time, the pre-install will offer the user the choice of a different port on which to enable HTTP. It is poss...
If you have installed the ESET Endpoint Encryption (EEE) Server using the 'all in one' package from our website you can enable SSL/HTTPS settings in the Control Panel. * Access the EEE Server CONTROL PANEL * Select GLOBAL SETTINGS * Click APACHE S...
When a user activates their machine with the ESET Endpoint Encryption (EEE) Server the process updates the HKEY_CURRENT_USER branch of the registry with their activation details and a file known as the Key-file is created within their Windows user profile...
THIS ARTICLE APPLIES TO ESET ENDPOINT ENCRYPTION (EEE) SERVER 2.5.0 OR LATER ONLY The EEE Server contains a number of template which is uses when generating emails sent to users. These emails could be for different reasons, such as supplying the user a n...
After installing a managed ESET Endpoint Encryption (EEE) client the Activation Required dialog will be displayed to any user of the system who has not performed the activation process. It is possible to prevent this dialog from being displayed automati...
ESET Endpoint Encryption (EEE) Removable Media Encryption (RME) policy can be complex to configure correctly because of the interaction of both the Workstation Policies and the users' Key File policies. In basic terms, Workstation Policy will control th...
By default both client and server will check for updates once an hour. You can manually check for updates as detailed here: KB195 - How do I manually synchronise the ESET Endpoint Encryption Client and Server? [http://support.deslock.com/KB195] For most...
For most users the normal ESET Endpoint Encryption (EEE) Server RME group policy and workstation policies provide enough flexibility. In instances where a particular user or group of users requires the ability to temporarily override policy and allow th...
There may be situations where you are enforcing Removable Media Encryption (RME) policy but have particular USB devices that you wish to exclude from the policy. The ESET Endpoint Encryption (EEE) Server supports the ability to whitelist devices by use of...
MANAGED CLIENTS The Group Policy setting ENABLE SHREDDER can be used to prevent a user from using the shredder. Attempts to use the Shredding process will be blocked. If you use client version 4.8.0 or later the Shredder icon will only appear on the de...
Workstation Policy can be used to control how ESET Endpoint Encryption Server (EEE Server) controlled workstations function. To modify the Workstation Policy settings follow the guide below. MODIFYING THE WORKSTATION POLICY * Login to the EEE Server....
The Group Policy of a user or team of users can be updated remotely from the ESET Endpoint Encryption (EEE) Server. MODIFYING THE GROUP POLICY * Login to the EEE Server. * Select the USERS branch or user sub team of the navigation tree as appropria...
When ESET Endpoint Encryption starts up a splash screen is displayed. If required it is possible to configure the software to stop this screen from being displayed when the software loads. This process is detailed below. ESET ENDPOINT ENCRYPTION SERVE...
This article covers: * How to add an extra organisation on a Legacy Server * How to add/restore an extra organisation on a Multi-Tenant Server * Restoring an organisation on a Legacy Server * Restoring an organisation on a Multi-Tenant Server ...
When a workstation is managed by an ESET Endpoint Encryption (EEE) Server, the administrator can specify requirements of passwords specified by users. This allows them to ensure secure passwords are used and that security compliance is met. The Password...
When the ESET Endpoint Encryption (EEE) Client on the user's workstation communicates with the EEE Cloud, a notification popup message will appear showing the communication operation and its success. IMPORTANT: Regardless of Workstation Policy, the acti...
If you need to change the Port number being used by your ESET Endpoint Encryption (EEE) Server, then please follow these steps: STEP 1. On the host machine where your EEE Server is installed, navigate to: On 64-bit machines: C:PROGRAM FILES (X86)DESL...
WHAT IS ES DIRECT? ES Direct is a protocol for use over a local area network (LAN) whereby the ESET Endpoint Encryption (EEE) Client can locate the EEE Server, and then open an encrypted direct communication to perform various commands. ES Direct uses ...
WHAT IS SELF ENROLMENT? The new Self Enrolment feature provides automatic activation for systems that are on the same local network as the ESET Endpoint Encryption (EEE) Server. When a user logs into their domain account, the EEE Server is contacted and ...
THE FOLLOWING ELEMENTS OF ESET ENDPOINT ENCRYPTION MANAGED CLIENTS CAN BE CUSTOMISED FOR SPECIFIC COMPANY INSTRUCTIONS AND BRANDING: FDE LOGIN LOGO BANNER UEFI ONLY KB451 - How to customise the ESET Endpoint Encryption FDE login screen [https://support...
This article refers to setting up DESlock+ in a managed capacity, however if you are trying to setup DESlock+ in a Standalone capacity, please click this link which will take you to our relevant article that will guide you through the process. [http://sup...
PROBLEM The error occurs when you are attempting to delete a user from the ESET Endpoint Encryption Server. Failed to delete : The user cannot be deleted at this time because their licence is still being downloaded. This could be as a result of a licen...
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