I have a laptop windows 7 with Symantec endpoint
When I open chrome I receive an alert message
[SID:31043] Audit:PUA.BaisvikPCOpt Activity detected
What is the cause and how to fix it ?
Thanks in advance for your help.
Guys anybody had experience with the new 10.7.1? Any issue getting tcpdump run correctly?
We got error below
tcpdump -s 0 -w /tmp/tcpdump/capture_any.cap -i etho/any tcp port 25
tcpdump: any: You don’t have permission to capture on that device
tcpdump: eth0: You don’t have permission to capture on that device
All servers in this environment are WS2012R2 running SEP 14.2U1. Previously had Kaspersky Endpoint 10 installed which did not cause this issue.
So, that being said, some users are experiencing VERY long load times upon logging in. After the “Applying Folder Redirection” notice, the blue logon screen goes away, the logon scripts execute, and then it sits at a black screen for upwards of 2-5 minutes before the desktop loads. It doesn’t affect everyone, just a handful of accounts. Removing SEP from the terminal server seems to remedy the issue partly (though having it on the DC I think is still causing it to lag a bit).
Anyways, I’m not sure what the hang up is. Event logs don’t show anything. Couldn’t identify anything in WireShark, though, that may be due to me not filtering properly. Ran VMWare’s Logon Monitor, but again, did not see anything specific. Do you think its scanning all of the account files at logon? Its become a real issue and I am considering going back to KEP simply because it is causing some nasty workflow disruptions.
Hope someone can help! And thank you in advance!
I just started testing / working with Symantec Endpoint Protection Version 14.2.1. I’d like to install a Linux Client, but I can’t really figure out how. Regarding to some tutorials you should create an installation package manually, but I’m not able to find the default Package-Path to create a new Package (I already searched my drive for *.info and *.zip Files, but I can’t find the default files).
Can you guys explain to me what I exactly have to do to create a linux installation package?
Thanks for your help.
A large number of users have reported seeing the message You don’t have permission to create an entry in this folder when trying to change data inside their Microsoft Outlook software.
The circumstances in which this happens are the following: two profiles using different Microsoft Outlook versions created two Microsoft Exchange Server accounts. A folder is created that can be seen by both users, but only one account has permissions to access it and change the information.
This error is caused by Outlook not being able to delete the stored cache when switching between accounts on the same profile. Because the account without permission tried first to access the folder created earlier, that account has momentary ownership of the folder, so the user with permission will see the same message.
In this article, we will explore the best troubleshooting methods to solve this issue. Read on to find out more.
You can also uninstall Office by using specialized uninstaller software such as Revo Uninstaller. By using this software, you’ll ensure that Office 365 is completely removed from your PC along with all of its files and registry entries.
In this article, we explored some of the best methods to deal with the permission error in Microsoft Outlook, on Windows 10. Please make sure to follow the steps presented in this list in the order that they were written (from the least to the most complicated), to avoid any unnecessary issues.
Please feel free to let us know if this guide helped you solve your issue, by using the comment section found below.
A number of users have reported seeing the error message You don’t have permission to book this resource whenever they try to book a room (or other assets), by using the Outlook Exchange.
This issue is caused by migrating the room mailbox from an on-premises location to the Outlook Exchange Online service. When the move is performed, the permissions of the server need to be assigned again to avoid this issue.
This error message can cause a lot of confusion, as the initial settings of the local room mailbox seem to be in order at first glance. Even though that is the case, these features become inactive for security reasons. This protects the information stored on the servers from any third-party that wants to extract that information.
For these reasons in this article, we will explore several troubleshooting methods to deal with this issue. Please follow the steps described in this guide closely to avoid any other issues.
Note: It is recommended that when performing these above steps, you use a private browsing session. Press CTRL+SHIFT+P for Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge, and Internet Explorer. For Google Chrome press CTRL+SHIFT+N.
Another possible reason for this error message could be caused by users trying to book rooms with 1 year before the preset time limit. This information can be checked by going to Portal ->Exchance -> Recipients -> Calendar -> Edit booking options.
In this article we explored a quick fix for the error You don’t have permission to book this resource when trying to reserve a room or other assets on Exchange Online.
Because this issue is caused by porting the data storage from local to cloud, the problem can be fixed by re-allowing the access for each of the users inside your Microsoft Exchange Admin Center.
Please feel free to let us know if this guide helped you solved your problem, by using the comment section found below.
We have a strange situation at our workplace and we need some help.
We’ve been using the older version of chrome remote desktop, which has been working great (and still does).
Recently chrome remote desktop has been upgraded to a web only interface, and it reccomends users to stop using the old chrome extension and rely exclusively on the new web interface at remotedesktop.google.com.
While the older version still works, we cannot seem to be able to connect to any machine behind our firewall (Unifi USG) while it has Symantec Cloud installed. It’s very strange, as we’ve experimented with several combinations, and the USG and Antivirus seem to be the problematic variables. If the antivirus is NOT installed on a machine within our network, we can connect fine. Also, if the machine is outside of our network, but has the Antivirus installed, it will also connect just fine. It is only when we combine Symantec Cloud WITH our USG firewall that the connection is blocked. Individually, neither presents a problem. It’s difficult to know which is the weak link in the chain.
We’ve tried creating a test group within Symantec and loosening the policies, going so far as to disable all functionality entirely, and disabling the firewall (for testing purposes), but no matter what, if the machine has the Symantec Cloud Endpoing Protection installed, it seems to prohibit remotedesktop.google.com from connecting from behind our firewall.
Our firewall is relatively simple, allowing established traffic and blocking unsolicited inbound connections, and it puzzles me what turning off the Symantec firewall didn’t solve the problem. We even went so far as to temporarily disable windows firewall entirely.
According to the remotedesktop.google.com help page, it functions over:
Is it possible that Symantec is blocking use of those protocols, even when the firewall is disabled?
Any help would be appreciated.