Hopefully, everyone is having a good start of their 2020!
Time to continue that good start with more troubleshooting. This time I will list some common problems and mistakes that you can encounter within a Kaspersky Security Center.
So let’s start by listing some issues and mistakes I have seen and/or encountered within Kaspersky Security Center.
Some have already seen this error before while others are confused by it appearing when running their script.
I am talking about an error occurring when using the Webclient object in Powershell to download or upload files.
To be specific ... this one:
An exception occurred during a WebClient request.
Another good day to you!
This time I want to talk about an error we will see more and more if the move towards cloud will keep going as steady as it is now.
Azure has options called Automation scripts. These can be used to execute scripts over the Azure platform (within the customers confinements) to different end.
Examples of these are scripts that automatically shut down or start up VM's at specific times.
If you make use of these Automation scripts however, you will notice (mostly after a year) that they might suddenly just stop working.
When looking in the job however you will find an error trying to call out an account with the message that the key and/or thumbprint are expired.
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And another good day!
Lately I have been dabbling around with ESET Antivirus on workstations and servers while managing it through ESMC.
ESET Antivirus has a ESET Firewall function, however due to a lot of customers having very specific rules and exceptions within their Windows Firewalls i turned that off for workstations. The fact also is that a lot of times, Antivirus firewalls either overtake or conflict with the Windows Firewall (Previous experiences with Kaspersky's Firewall).
This luckily is very easy as it is simply turning 1 option off in the workstation policy.
Patrick Berger AKA Powershellder.
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