Issue with The EDM Profile

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Hello,

I was Implement a policy with EDM Detection Rule and  when i Create the EDM profile The file Uploaded successfuly but the policy didn’t run and i find an Error in indexing 

the error was  ” index is to large for Ammount RAM Available on Detection Servers (creating Index Version 1)

please advice me with the solution, the best practice for building this policy and the maping function in EDM profile.

Thank you. 

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Unable to mount a share on an scale-out-fileserver clusterresource (cluster-shared-volumes).

The below errors are seen maservice.log.

2019-02-07 03:42:04,148 ERROR [80] MountPointService: Encountered error creating mount point /mnt/maserviceshare/mnt00000004 with exception Uni.Core.Handlers.Exceptions.GlobalizedErrorException`1[Uni.Core.Contract.Results.FileCategory]: MessageId=FileShareServicePermissionDenied, DefaultTitle=, CategoryData={[FileCategory { Message = “mount error(13): Permission denied; Refer to the mount.cifs(8) manual page (e.g. man mount.cifs)” }]}

at Uni.Appliance.Services.FileShareServices.MountPointService.MountUncToPath (System.String uncPath, Uni.Appliance.Services.FileShareServices.Interfaces.FileShareType fsType, Uni.Appliance.Services.FileShareServices.Interfaces.FileShareCredentials fsCreds, System.Boolean cacheEnabled, System.Nullable`1[T] timeout, System.Int64 mntNumber, System.String mntPoint) [0x000af] in d:buildsR4ZION-WSW-JOB1sourceUni.ApplianceServicesFileShareServicesMountPointService.cs:281

2019-02-07 03:42:04,148 INFO [80] TestRemoteFileShar: TEST( \citrix-layers.CustPrivInfo.dirlayers$, Cifs, CustPrivInfoservice, * ) FAILED MessageId=FileShareServicePermissionDenied, DefaultTitle=, CategoryData={[FileCategory { Message = “mount error(13): Permission denied; Refer to the mount.cifs(8) manual page (e.g. man mount.cifs)” }]}

2019-02-07 03:42:04,148 INFO [80] HandlerHelper: Finished Command TestRemoteFileShareCommand->TestRemoteFileShareResult

2019-02-07 03:42:04,148 ERROR [80] HandlerHelper: ‘Application Error while processing ‘Command’ ‘TestRemoteFileShareCommand”: ‘DefaultTitle=””, MessageID=”FileShareServicePermissionDenied”, {CategoryData={[FileCategory { Message = “mount error(13): Permission denied; Refer to the mount.cifs(8) manual page (e.g. man mount.cifs)” }]}’

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Is SGOS version 6.7.x.x still the current one or has 6.8.x.x been launched?

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Hi;

Is SGOS version 6.7.x.x still the current one or has 6.8.x.x been launched? and in any case what is the most stable version that you would recommend? This is to be installed on a couple of ASG S-400 devices.

Also, where can I download it from. Everytime I go to the downloads tab where I used to go, it send me to my products tab where I don’t seem to know where to go.

Kindly

Wasfi

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Recently I’ve been getting repeated SONAR risk detections from SEP about conhost.exe, Risk type Trojan.Gen.2/SONAR.MalTraffic!gen1. The locations change with every detection as well, at first they come from c:program filessystem updateswindows driver system updateconhost.exe, then it started popping up from c:programdataperformance tool, which is really weird. Everytime I restart the trojan comes back, but full scans didn’t reveal any problem. 

For some reason, I couldn’t run SEP in Safe Mode with Networking, the services are stopped and cannot be manually started. I’ve also been having problems with Symantec Network Access Control not running on start up despite tamper control turned on and the service’s property set to automatic.

I restarted my computer just now and I’m staring at a fresh conhost.exe sitting in the performance tools folder, which I know isn’t where conhost.exe is supposed to be, but for some reason running a scan on the folder returned nothing.

I am running SEP 14.0 MP1 build 2332 on my personal computer, hopefully I’m in the right place to ask this kind of question.

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