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DLP - virtualized

Created: 08 Aug 2011 | 4 comments

The requirements and compatibiltiy guide for version 10.5 lists 2 x 3.0 GHz Dual core cpus as a requirement for Network Monitor under the large/very large enterprise hardware section. When run in a virtualized environment can these machines be allocated 2 vCPUs or will 4 be required?

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Keith Reynolds - ExchangeTek's picture

Neither...if you read further along in that guide, you'll notice that Network Monitor is not supported on VM at all.

~Keith

sears_71's picture

ok. what about enforce or network protect?

Symantec supports running the following server components on VMware ESX

version 3.5 virtual machines instead of dedicated server hardware:

■ Enforce Server

■ Network Discover

■ Network Protect

■ Network Prevent Server (Email)

■ Network Prevent Server (Web)

 

Keith Reynolds - ExchangeTek's picture

Sorry, thought you were being specific to Network Monitor, not all types of DLP servers.

I interpret that requirement as the number of cores total that the server requires, hence where the LE/VLE requirement is 2xDual Core CPU (4 cores) for a physical server, then the corresponding VM requirements would also be 4 cores.

~Keith

N Manoj's picture

DLP Ver 10.5 Enforce Server also not supported on VM,

DLP 11.X version Enforce Server supported to VM envoirenment

Manoj N