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discussion comment 30 Aug 2014
updated discussion 30 Aug 2014
Hello community. How could delete a specific type of file with SEPM, example if I wanted to delete all files .bat
updated blog entry 30 Aug 2014
Why this post? Over the past few months we have seen a number of reports on breaches of healthcare organizations and medical device manufacturers where the suspected or documented target was intellectual property data related to medical devices.  Some of these recent cases have received wide press coverage. As a result, the FBI has issued a warning to US healthcare companies that they may ...
updated discussion 30 Aug 2014
Hello guys, My rule:  - I have a rule that delete a message with virus (attach)  - I have a rule for content that check the attach for denied extension. If match, so, a quarantine incident is created, because maybe some users need to receive dll or another type of file... But, If the message is detected like a virus, so, it should be deleted for real, without create the incident, do ...
new discussion 30 Aug 2014
Symantec Disaster Recovery Orchestrator 6.1 (SDRO) lets you configure on-premises applications for disaster recovery (DR) or migration to the Microsoft Azure cloud. After you configure an application for DR or migration, you can run fire drills on the configuration. As part of a fire drill, SDRO tests whether an application can be migrated to or recovered in the cloud in case of a failure at ...
new discussion 30 Aug 2014
Symantec Disaster Recovery Orchestrator 6.1 (SDRO) lets you configure your on-premises SQL Server 2008 R2 or 2012 instances for disaster recovery (DR) or migration to the Microsoft Azure cloud. You need to make identical SQL Server configurations, including users and privileges, on the on-premises and the cloud hosts. The Disaster Recovery Orchestrator Configuration Wizard lets you select the ...
updated discussion 30 Aug 2014
Symantec Disaster Recovery Orchestrator (SDRO) 6.1 lets you configure an on-premises custom application for disaster recovery (DR) or migration to the Microsoft Azure cloud. For information about preparing the cloud infrastructure for SDRO and installing the product, see the Symantec Disaster Recovery Orchestrator 6.1 Deployment Guide. For information about configuring the application for DR ...