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Manually Update GIN in Symantec Security Information Manager

Created: 13 Feb 2013 | 5 comments
MiRzA's picture

Hi,

we have a query regarding SSIM. we are gonna deploy SSIM on Client side, where we do not have Internet access. can we manually update GIN on SSIM .

If it is possible then kindly share procedure how to update? and 2nd query is , can we intergrate SSIM with SPC.

your reply will be highly appreciated.

 

Regards

Shoaib

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Ashish-Sharma's picture

HI,

I think you have already wait 2 days.

Why you are contact to symantec customer support for better answer ?

 

What products integrate with Symantec Protection Center (SPC) 2.x?

 

Article:TECH169980  |  Created: 2011-09-20  |  Updated: 2012-01-11  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH169980

 

Thanks In Advance

Ashish Sharma

 

 

MiRzA's picture

thanks for reply and suggestion @ A@shish

OmerCh's picture

Hi Shoaib,

As from the doc shared by Ashish, SIM is not in the list however even If you integrate with SPC, again SPC will contact to internet and get the updates from GIN and bring them to SSIM. However what if the SPC is also not allowed in that environment?

Here I believe you need some work around to download the content on a temporary server and copy it to SSIM. This scenario is followed for CCS VM in case it is meant to remain off line. 

StandAround's picture

GIN requires internet access as it's a realtime feed, SSIM will look for specific GIN data from Symantec once licensed on the appliance.

SPC is a management structure, when we talk about integration with SPC it means we can manage those products via SPC.

 Each of the individual products will still be accesable via their own management console, and for those products that integrate into SSIM, you would still need to place an agent on their server/s in order to feed into SSIM.

 

I am not aware of SPC feeding anything into SSIM.