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  1. 1 point
    Hi, yes I did a manual update and it worked. General Information: Update started: 12/09/2015 23:02:57 Update ended: 12/09/2015 23:03:07 Time elapsed: 0:00:10 Update successful Detailed Information: 26 modules, 7810783 bytes a2trust.dat (142278 bytes) - updated Signatures\BD\cevakrnl.rv1 (260333 bytes) - updated Signatures\BD\cevakrnl.rv3 (898024 bytes) - updated Signatures\BD\e_spyw.i00 (1287 bytes) - updated Signatures\BD\e_spyw.i19 (278740 bytes) - updated Signatures\BD\e_spyw.i20 (6299 bytes) - updated Signatures\BD\e_spyw.i22 (342575 bytes) - updated Signatures\BD\e_spyw.i24 (328691 bytes) - updated Signatures\BD\e_spyw.i27 (322099 bytes) - updated Signatures\BD\e_spyw.i28 (325999 bytes) - updated Signatures\BD\emalware.000 (322329 bytes) - updated Signatures\BD\emalware.508 (199355 bytes) - updated Signatures\BD\emalware.509 (212615 bytes) - updated Signatures\BD\emalware.511 (215033 bytes) - updated Signatures\BD\emalware.513 (142376 bytes) - updated Signatures\BD\emalware.515 (135966 bytes) - updated Signatures\BD\emalware.518 (171189 bytes) - updated Signatures\BD\emalware.519 (35516 bytes) - updated Signatures\BD\emalware.i06 (514192 bytes) - updated Signatures\BD\emalware.i12 (486751 bytes) - updated Signatures\BD\emalware.i13 (489181 bytes) - updated Signatures\BD\emalware.i14 (482410 bytes) - updated Signatures\BD\emalware.i72 (445698 bytes) - updated Signatures\BD\htmltok.cvd (68546 bytes) - updated Signatures\BD\sdx.ivd (982955 bytes) - updated Signatures\BD\update.txt (346 bytes) - updated
  2. 1 point
    Template? You mean such as the "All allowed" and "All blocked" options in the dropdown menus in the Application Rules? There is currently no way to make a pre-set configuration like that. Yes, for domain names the Surf Protection is the best place. You should also be able to block specific IP addresses and IP ranges via the global firewall rules, as long as you move the rule above the one to process Application Rules. Currently we don't have any way in the UI to copy rules, although theoretically you could export your Application Rules, edit them in something like Notepad++, and then import them back into EIS. That is essentially correct. Please note that if a global firewall rule is below the rule for Application Rules then it won't apply to any applications on your system.
  3. 1 point
    I use the method described here for Surf Protection. Good luck!
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