Announcing Micro Focus Retain 4.7

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We’re pleased to announce the release of Micro Focus Retain 4.7! Our latest release features these enhancements: New Social Media Governance module, with support for WhatsApp, WeChat, and others New ionlake MyRepChat module Separate logging for Deletion Management Update to Java OpenJDK 10 Use of a proxy server for CMS device registration Indexer update to …

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This Month in Spring – December 2, 2019

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Hi Spring fans! Welcome to another jam-packed This Month in Spring! Happy holidays to you and yours! It’s also the busy end of conference season, with people all around the world getting in their last-minute learning done before the new year (and, for at least some, before the training budgets run out!). I’ve been keeping busy. Since we last talked, a month ago, I’ve been to Morocco, Switzerland, France, Italy, Hong Kong, Taiwan, China, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, Los Angeles, and possibly – though memory fails me – Connecticut. You know what’s been common to all those visits? Amazing people! The most bootiful people in the world.

I’ll be in Toronto and Seattle and then, I think, I’ll be winding down for the year starting the middle of this month. But, not to worry, even if we can’t meet in person until 2019, there’s always more things and more Springs for the season. On Wednesday the 5th of December, on the Spring blog, I’ll debut the first episode (continuing every Wednesday of the week for 11 weeks) of the 5th season of Spring Tips. I’ll of course be doing weekly installments – going into our 8th year in the first week of January – of This Week in Spring, which runs every Tuesday (for whatever definition of Tuesday lines up with whatever timezone I’m in!) on the Spring blog as well. I’ll also be working fast-and-furious on my new book, Reactive Spring – coming soon! And, finally, this month I’ll be releasing the first episodes of a new podcast – a Bootiful Podcast – on which I’ve long been toiling. You can find it, guess where, on the Spring blog! So: watch that space.

That’s all from me! Let’s get to the good stuff, the reason for the (Spring) season, all the great content from you and the ecosystems around Spring. And, there is a ton of content!


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Browser and Java for workstations accessing management center?

I need a solution

We manage each ASG independently;   lately admins have been dealing with Java problems just getting the webUI to start up at all (we know this is on us, our security team insists on locking down management workstations to an extreme degree).

Does Management Center 2.1 alleviate at least some of the browser-specific and java-version-specific issues?   What Windows browsers are people using to access MC?

If we only have a few proxy appliances, are we giving up any flexibility by moving to exclusively using MC for proxy administration?

Thanks,

Kevin

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DLP Storage: Scan MS SQL database failed

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Error as below:

Failed to read sqlserver://IP:1433/DLP_Poc;instance=hostname; error: Unable to create a database connection: Unable to create connection: jdbc:jtds:sqlserver://IP:1433/DLP_Poc;instance=hostname Reason: Login failed for user ‘hostnameAdministrator’..

What id/access do DLP actually need to scan a database?

We’ve tried to adjust the syntax @ credentials….but keep failed… hmm

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Do we need a license from Oracle for Java use with the SEPM Java Remote Console?

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I can’t get a straight answer with Symantec’s horrible tier 1 support, therefore hoping a Symantec employee can provide an answer here instead.

Starting January 2019, Oracle is changing Java 8 (and later) licensing requiring non-personal/home-use to purchase a Java licensing to run or use Java 8 or later. Since the SEPM’s Java Remote Console requires and uses Java 8 do we (my organization) need to purchase a license? When I contact Symantec support, they referred me to INFO5218 (https://support.symantec.com/content/unifiedweb/en…). I replied nicely that yes, I understand the Symantec Endpoint Protection (“SEP”) client doesn’t use Java, but I was inquiring about the Java Remote Console. Their response was that Java Remote Console didn’t use Java and therefore doesn’t apply. I replied with a screenshot showing that the Java Remote Console requires Java (it’s launched via C:ProgramDataOracleJavajavapathjavaws.exe -localfile -J-Djnlp.application.href=https://sepm.compnay_name.com:8443/servlet/JnlpServlet?osSF=true “C:Users<user_name>AppDataLocalLowSunJavaDeploymentcache6.02123a456-78b9b12c) and https://support.symantec.com/en_US/article.TECH236…. Support’s last response was “So we [Symantec] do not require to purchase additional license” but refuses to answer if we (my organization) needs an Oracle Java license to continue to use SEPM’s Java Remote Console. How I read Oracle’s licensing we need to purchase the Oracle Java license for every user of the Java Remote Console. Can a Symantec employee clear this up?

Thanks in advance.

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Source Code policy

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Hello,

I want to improve the source code policy from Symantec template.

It only detect some old langage and il want to add some actual tools like Kotlin or swift.

Does anyone has already done this job ?

With regards

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