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General

This document contains the latest information about the F-Secure Policy Manager 14.01 release. We recommend that you read the entire document before installing the product.

What’s new in this version

This section describes the new features, enhancements and most important issues that have been solved since the previous release.

Fixed issues compared to version 14.00
  • Exporting Client Security MSI package from the Console does not require local administrator rights.
  • Subdomain administrators can export installation packages and start policy-based upgrades.
  • Active Directory rules and user authentication might fail due to LDAPS certificate validation issues.
  • Device control generates alerts when blocking devices
    • The alerts now contain the name of the currently logged-in user if available, or ‘System’ otherwise.
    • Device Control block alert’s severity is not configurable; Security type is always applied.
  • The Console’s Policy and Inheritance reports now contain all policy settings.
  • Trailing backslashes are not added for real-time folder exclusions ending with the wildcard.
  • Firewall rules are properly deleted and edited when custom sorting is applied.
  • Web Reporting table sorting works in localized versions.
  • The Web traffic scanning > Trusted sites table is marked with the ‘CS13.x hosts only’ tag. 14.x clients’ trusted sites for Web traffic scanning are combined with the Web Content Control > Trusted sites configuration.
New features and improvements
  • New Dashboard
    • The new Dashboard view highlights the overall Server health, status of main features, hosts in the managed environment, and network activity.
    • Server-related sections do not depend on selection in the policy domain tree and are shown only for admins who have full access rights.
    • The links representing data flows in the environment are animated and highlight potential networking issues, e.g. long inactivity from managed hosts and heavy traffic.
    • Host issues that require the administrator’s attention are listed at the bottom of the Dashboard. The administrator can choose which issues to see and what severity to assign. Discovered issues are analyzed for a possible resolution, which is suggested for each affected host.
    • Important Server events are shown on the Dashboard and can be searched to monitor server activities and to investigate issues.
  • Support for Client Security 14
    • Client Security 14.00 introduces significant changes in the architecture, which include communication with Policy Manager. This includes changes in all data formats, incremental status from the endpoints, the new set of alerts, and server notifications when policies change.
    • The new Firewall and Application control features are managed only from the Standard view.
    • Client Security Standard and Premium editions are now distributed as a single JAR file that contains both editions. The product edition is selected when you configure the package with Remote Installation Wizards based on the entered keycode. Keycodes are validated at this stage. The product edition defines the set of features to install. The full feature set for the edition is always installed and can be disabled using policies if necessary.
    • Trial keycodes are no longer needed for evaluating the product. The evaluation logic is enforced on the Policy Manager side, which blocks centralized configuration from the Console after the evaluation period expires. Remote Installation Wizards detect when Policy Manager runs in evaluation mode and do not ask for a keycode in this case.
    • Communication settings are now taken from the predefined policies if included in the package.
    • The Restart options page was previously hidden when exporting an MSI package, because MSI installation always restarted the computer. Now the Restart options page is shown.
    • It is now possible to turn off sidegrade completely when configuring the Client Security installer.
    • The Offload scanning agent is now activated using the policies included in the installation package instead of selecting the corresponding feature in the Remote Installation Wizard. Also, the agent can be activated at any time from the Console > Settings > Real-time scanning > Virtualization support policies instead of reinstalling the product.
  • Support for the new firewall engine
    • F-Secure firewall is replaced with the Windows firewall engine. It is automatically turned on after installing Client Security 14.00, unless explicitly disabled in the policies.
    • Centralized configuration experience remains unchanged as much as possible. The main difference in the configuration logic is the introduction of profiles, which compared to Security levels do not use a policy inheritance model but use a copy-on-modify approach instead. In addition to a set of firewall rules, the profiles contain a number of related settings.
    • Network services list is now treated as a global dictionary, which is the same for all Policy Manager administrators.
    • Internet Shield’s Application control feature is no longer supported in Client Security 14.00 and is superseded by a new version of Application control. To better reflect the nature of the old Application control, it is renamed to Network access control.
  • New Application control
    • The new Application control allows you to restrict virtually any application from starting based on powerful rules defined by the administrator.
    • Application control management employs the same concept of profiles as the firewall.
  • Other changes and improvements
    • Alerts view now features a text search field.
    • The quarantine management table now links to hosts that report a certain quarantined item.
    • Virus definitions are not downloaded when there is less that 2GB of free disk space.
    • The ‘Virus definitions are old’ alert is not sent by Policy Manager if hosts do not request updates from this instance.
    • Instead of having multiple settings to configure real-time scanning exclusions, there is now a single editor: Console > Settings > Real-time scanning > Files and applications excluded from scanning.
    • ‘Disallow user changes’ toggles in the Standard view are shown only for the settings that can be modified from the host local user interface.
    • It is now possible to configure multiple recipients with a different set of reports generated in Web Reporting.
    • Scanning reports with detected infections now produce a number of corresponding security alerts which are visible in the Console and Web Reporting reports.
    • Policy Manager visuals are aligned with the current F-Secure brand.
    • The default DataGuard trusted applications are now enabled with the “Discover trusted applications automatically” option instead of the predefined entries in the trusted applications list.
Known issues
  • You can safely ignore the error ‘The installation of some components failed…’ that is shown when installing Server Security 12.x on top of Policy Manager 14.00.
  • Policy-based repair operation and shifting between Premium and Standard editions are not supported. Use uninstallation and installation operations instead.
  • If F-Secure Client Security or F-Secure Server Security for Windows Servers is installed on the same computer where you install F-Secure Policy Manager, setup may ask you to restart the system. You can safely ignore this request.
  • MSI support: the correct F-Secure setup errors are not reported (CTS-38931). Instead, only the following error is reported: “There is a problem with this Windows Installer package. A program run as part of the setup did not finish as expected. Contact your support personnel or package vendor.”
  • Policy Manager cannot be installed to directories that contain double-byte characters in the path. This includes national characters in non-ISO-latin character schemes, for example, Japanese and Chinese versions of the supported platforms. We recommend that you use the default installation path.
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Installation

Key codes for installation
The installation does not require a key code.
System requirements for Policy Manager Server
Dual core CPU 2 GHz or higher, 2GB RAM.

Minimum of 10 GB of free hard disk space. When managing Premium clients, an additional 10 GB is needed for serving software updates.

One of the following 64-bit Windows platforms:

  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008 SP1, editions: Standard, Enterprise, Web Server, Small Business Server, Essential Business Server
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 with or without SP1, editions: Standard, Enterprise, Web Server
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2012, editions: Essentials, Standard, Datacenter
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2, editions: Essentials, Standard, Datacenter
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2016, editions: Essentials, Standard, Datacenter
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2019, editions: Essentials, Standard, Datacenter (Server Core is supported)

One of the following browsers:

  • Firefox
  • Microsoft Edge
  • Google Chrome
System requirements for Policy Manager Console
CPU 2 GHz or higher, 1GB RAM.

300 MB of free hard disk space.

One of the following 64-bit Windows platforms:

  • Microsoft Windows 7 with or without SP1, editions: Professional, Enterprise, Ultimate.
  • Microsoft Windows 8, all editions
  • Microsoft Windows 8.1, all editions
  • Microsoft Windows 10
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008 SP1, editions: Standard, Enterprise, Web Server, Small Business Server, Essential Business Server
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 with or without SP1, editions: Standard, Enterprise, Web Server
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2012, editions: Essentials, Standard, Datacenter
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2, editions: Essentials, Standard, Datacenter
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2016, editions: Essentials, Standard, Datacenter
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2019, editions: Essentials, Standard, Datacenter

Note: Server Core installation option is not supported.

Compatibility with other F-Secure products
If F-Secure Server Security for Windows Servers is installed on the same computer, you may need to restart the computer when you install or uninstall F-Secure Policy Manager.
Installation
The following single computer installation is the quickest way to set up a Policy Manager environment. Consult the F-Secure Client Security Administrator’s Guide or Policy Manager Administrator’s Guide for the full step-by-step instructions.

Install all F-Secure Policy Manager components on the same computer.

Note: If you install Policy Manager Server on a computer that has Windows Firewall turned on, open the necessary ports in the firewall.

Run F-Secure Policy Manager Console from the Start menu and log in with the password that you created for the ‘admin’ user during installation.

When Policy Manager Console opens, you need to define the policy domain structure. You can create policy domains based on your company structure or products that you want to manage. Select the domain pane and choose New Domain from the Edit menu.

To add hosts to the policy domain tree:

  1. Install F-Secure Client Security to hosts and choose Import New Hosts from the Edit menu to import the hosts into the domain,
  2. Choose Autodiscover Windows Hosts from the Edit menu to browse the Windows domain and to install Client Security to the selected hosts, or
  3. Choose New Host from the Edit menu. Note that this is mainly for testing Policy Manager Console. If you have no actual hosts, the status information, alerts, and reports are not available.

Choose Distribute from the File menu to generate policy files and to register the hosts with Policy Manager.

Upgrade
To upgrade from a previous version of Policy Manager:

Create a full backup of Policy Manager data (h2db, preferences, and other files). Consult Policy Manager Administrator’s Guide, “Backing up & restoring Policy Manager data” section for instructions on how to create a full backup.

Run the F-Secure Policy Manager setup on a computer that has Policy Manager components installed.

Policy Manager setup recommends that you upgrade the components that are installed on the computer. Continue with the default options to upgrade the installed components while keeping the existing configuration.

Uninstallation
To uninstall F-Secure Policy Manager Server, follow these instructions:

Use Add/Remove Programs in the Windows Control Panel to Uninstall F-Secure Policy Manager Server.

The Policy Manager Server database is not removed automatically. Remove it manually.

To uninstall F-Secure Policy Manager Console, follow these instructions:

Use Add/Remove Programs in the Windows Control panel to uninstall F-Secure Policy Manager Console.

Policy Manager Console preferences, log files and some other files are not removed automatically. Remove them manually.

IMPORTANT: Make sure that you do not destroy keys that you may need in the future.

Product documentation

After you have installed the product, you can find the product documentation in the installation folder. The product documentation is also located on our web site (https://www.f-secure.com/en/web/business_global/downloads/policy-manager).

Contact information and feedback

You can report any technical issues through the F-Secure support web site: http://support.f-secure.com/. You can also discuss and give feedback about the product at F-Secure Community: http://community.f-secure.com/.

If you are reporting a technical problem, please attach F-Secure system summary report (FSDiag.tar.gz) to the feedback message.

F-Secure license terms

F-Secure license terms are included in the software setup and available at F-Secure site (http://www.f-secure.com/en/web/home_global/license-terms). You must read and accept them before you can install and use the software.

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This software includes and uses third-party code licensed under the following licenses.

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