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Active Directory Best Practice AV exculsion


The best practice is for SEPM to reside on a server operating system with high availability that does not serve a critical role. This practice allows SEPM to function at peak efficiency without taking disk space, RAM, CPU, and network bandwidth that could be used more effectively by critical servers. Symantec strongly recommends that the server hosting the SEPM should have the Full Protection for Clients client installation package installed on it, with all protection technologies enabled.




Active directory best practice AV exculsion


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In most cases, it is not a best practice to create folder exclusions. Any malware in a folder that has a folder exclusion is effectively hidden from SEP. Setting folder exclusions is only considered a best practice if the product explicitly details a required exclusion from antivirus products.


Due to its ephemeral nature, AppStream 2.0 is often preferred as a secure solution to application and desktop delivery. Consider whether antivirus solutions that are commonplace in Windows deployments are relevant in your use cases for an environment that is predefined and purged at the end of a user session. Antivirus adds overhead to virtualized instances, making it is a best practice to mitigate unnecessary activities. For example, scanning the system volume (which is ephemeral) at boot, for instance, does not add to the overall security of AppStream 2.0.


Because most Windows applications perform best and most securely when co-located with application data created by the user, it is a best practice to keep this data in the same AWS Region as AppStream 2.0 fleets. Encrypting this data is a best practice. The default behavior of the user home folder is to encrypt files and folders at rest using Amazon S3-managed encryption keys from the AWS key management services (AWS KMS). It is important to note that AWS Administrative Users with access to the AWS Console or Amazon S3 bucket will be able to access those files directly.


When designing and applying Security Group and NACL rules, consider the AWS Well-Architected best practices for least privilege. Least privilege is a principle of granting only the permissions required to complete a task.


Using an IAM role to access AWS services, and being specific in the IAM policy attached to it, is a best practice that provides only the users in AppStream 2.0 sessions have access without managing additional credentials. Follow the best practices for using IAM Roles with AppStream 2.0.


My two cents regarding the posts above on the documentation for ClamAV is that the folks at clamav.net ought to maintain the documentation. Don't get me wrong here, it's great for the community here to provide solid feedback/guidance etc on things such as ClamAV, but it's their project. I recognize sometimes those that create a project get busy especially with current events, but in that case, the project ought to have some form of allowable input (maybe a forum) for their own current issues/best practices etc. I realize this sounds like a rant, but the above is just my way to get to finally saying I believe ClamAV ought to provide solid documentation for their own product.


For the best security practice, it is recommended to use the Dynamic Device group member group creation. Dynamic gives the advantage of automatically adding devices in the correct group and deploying the policies when devices are managed by the new management.


Active Directory replication and name resolution must be working properly. DFS-N and DFS-R configuration data is stored under an AD domain partition and replicates among all domain controllers in that domain. The DFS server polls active directory periodically for updates. If any changes are made in DFS configuration on one server and not replicated to other DCs, another DFS server will not get those updates. This is especially true in case of DFS-R members working in remote sites.


The security of your LogicMonitor implementation is a shared responsibility between LogicMonitor and your organization. The LogicMonitor portal provides numerous features that allow our customers to manage the security of their implementations, and it is incumbent upon our customers to operate these controls in alignment with the security requirements of their organizations. Similarly, the foundational security of our Collectors is based upon the security of the customer networks on which they have been deployed, and we rely on our customers to maintain sufficient security on these systems. We encourage our customers to review the following security best practices and apply those in accordance with their risk appetites.


Even though the Collector has been designed with security at top of mind, the application can only be as secure as its foundational infrastructure. As such, we recommend that the systems on which your Collectors are installed undergo security hardening in alignment with industry best practices.


The best practice recommendations are based on the use-case scenarios.Using Microsoft Teams with a non-persistent setup requires a profile caching manager for efficient Microsoft Teams runtime data synchronization. With a profile caching manager, the appropriate user-specific information is cached during the user session. For example, the user-specific information includes, user data, profile, and settings. Synchronize the data in these two folders:


Hi Matt,Could you please let us know the complete procedure of upgrading Citrix 7.15 environment to Citrix 7.2203? or if you have any screenshots when you are doing please share. because we are planning to do but want to be very sure before starting the procedure.Our Infrastructure is as followsLicense: We have one license server 11.14.1.1 build 21103Storefront: We have two storefront servers on 3.12.0.17 in group (Server Group)Director: We have one Director 7.15.0 build 82Delivery controllers: We have two delivery controllers 7.15.0.93Database: We are using sql server microsoft separate servers.VDA: 7.15As per best practices I understand that we need to follow this order for upgrading:1. License, 2, Storefront, 3. Director, 4. Delivery Controllersbefore upgrade we need to take the snapshot of the VMs and database backup.while upgrading store front I understand that we need to remove from server group and upgrade separately and later join.


O365 is now setup in our test environment successfully following the best practices according to Microsoft for multi-users OS. Now, the problem we have is that when users try to run the report from their published application, they get stuck on the screen because Office trying to open explorer to activate and also requesting MFA which never showed up on the screen because the report covers the whole screen. We use MFA so if users are running Office on the new machine they get prompted to verify their identity with MFA.


The ControlUp agent is a lightweight executable that is deployed on your managed and monitored machines to provide performance information and handle the execution of ControlUp actions on those machines. We have assembled a number of security best practices around the communication between the ControlUp agents and other ControlUp components. For a full list of recommendations, see Agent Security Best Practices. Here are the most important.


It is important to note that an HTS code is only provided for convenience since the narrative description of the scope of an AD/CVD case is dispositive and the description and nature of the goods are what determine if the HTS code is within the scope of an AD/CVD case. That said, customs brokers have the capability to query an HTS code in their ABI Software to determine an applicable AD/CVD Case. However, some AD/CVD cases do not always provide the HTS at the 10-digit level. As a best practice, you should always query an HTS code at the 8- and 10-digit level to determine if an AD/CVD Case applies, but also review the description and nature of the goods to determine if they fall within the scope of any AD/CVD Case. See the example below.


  • Directory Query uses the user account that you specify when you configure the connection to domains for Active Directory queries. This user should have limited access. You can specify any user, but if you modified the standard user permissions from the default settings, the user must meet the following minimum requirements so that Impact has access to read attribute data from Active Directory:Member of the Domain Users group

  • Permission to read the objectSID attribute from the domain object in the configured domains

  • Permission to read the objectSID attribute on all users, groups, and computers in the configured domains

  • Permission to Read members on all groups in the configured domains

  • (Optional, best practice) Assign List Contents and Read all properties access on all objects in the configured domains, including the domain object.


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