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Wo Speichert SEP seine Regeln?

Created: 13 Aug 2014 | 6 comments

Ich Deploye zurzeit ein Windows 8.1 mittels Sysprep und wollte fragen, wo Symantec Endpoint Protection die Regeln der Firewall und Anwendungseinstellungen speichert, da es während des OOBE-Vorgangs nicht möglich ist, auf die "Frage ob ich was zulassen will" zu reagieren, scheitert das testen der Internet-Verbindung während des Windows Starts. Ich möchte nicht die Firewall deaktivieren!

Ich habe soweit die "MSOOBE.EXE" zugelassen, indem ich das OOBE im laufenden Windows gestartet habe, aber wie kriege ich die "Regeln" nun in das

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Manipillai's picture

Hi,

If you like to have comment in english let me know,

 

Q: Where the firewall rule saved in SEPM

A: it will be saved in the DB tableL please check this article

Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager 12.1.2 Database Schema
Article:DOC6039

Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/DOC6039

 

Q: Where to add  "Msoobe.exe", in the firewall rule?

A: Insist of adding in firewall rule you can add in cetralized exception , If you realy know about this program and safe to use

Creating Centralized Exceptions Policies in the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager 11
Article:TECH104326

Article URL

http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH104326

 

Q: SEP check internet connection while booting.

A: Yes

 

 

What happen any issue with internet getting block need to disable firewall to make it work?

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.Brian's picture

The rules will be included in the client when installed. What rule is blocking the traffic? You can add a rule to allow.

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LipkeGu's picture

Sorry my client is unmanaged

I mean: Where can i find the location of this list: :(

 

application-Settings.jpg

Where is the location of this File what contains the rules that are shown in this List? =/

.Brian's picture

You can export the rules to a .dat file, rename it to .zip and open it up. Inside will be an XML file containing the ruleset.

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LipkeGu's picture

And how can i export this ".dat"? i had tried smc -exportconfig and -exportad**** there is only a
 

.Brian's picture

Open the GUI and go to Help >> Troubleshooting

Under Policy Profile select the Export button. Should give you the option to save as an XML already

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