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General

This document contains the latest information about the F-Secure Policy Manager 14.20 release. We recommend that you read this document before installing the product.

Supported functionality
F-Secure Policy Manager differences between the Windows and Linux versions:

  • Push Installation and Microsoft Windows Installer (MSI) package support features are available only when F-Secure Policy Manager Console is running on Windows platforms.

What’s new in this version?

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

New features and improvements
  • Support for Linux Security 64
    • Policy Manager brings a new level of centralized management experience for the Linux products.
    • New Linux Security installation package with Remote Installation Wizards for configuring the product.
    • Added a new Console > Settings > Linux Security 64 policy configuration tab to manage the product.
    • Status data received from hosts running the new Linux Security is visible in Console > Status > Standard view tables wherever applicable. The same applies to the Dashboard host indicators, which also treat Linux hosts equally.
  • Other changes and improvements
    • Policy-based upgrade operation results dialog now has a filter to hide non-applicable installations.
    • Policy Manager administrator can now define specific firewall rules for hosts that are isolated using the Console > Settings > Firewall > Network isolation editor.
    • Last on-demand scanning time and results summary are shown in the Web Reporting > Virus protection > Protection > Scanning details report.
    • Scanning exclusions by binary digest are now supported for ‘All scope’ rules.
Bugfixes for Policy Manager 14.10
  • Console > Settings > Centralized management > ‘Do not allow users to change any settings’ group operation led to failing policy distribution.
  • Console > Settings > Rapid Detection & Response > Rapid Detection & Response portal link referred to an internal address.
  • DataGuard default protected folders were always included in policies.
  • Restart timeout configured for Software Updater automatic installation supported one hour as the minimum possible value.
  • Notification reminder about updated Client Security Standard edition was shown even after importing the latest Client Security 14.0x package.
  • Hosts running Offload Scanning Agent could not be distinguished in the Console.
Known issues
  • Policy-based repair operations and shifting between Premium and Standard editions are not supported for Client Security 14.00. Use uninstallation and installation operations instead.
  • #43799 – AUS (BW server watchdog) may hang upon exit and only ‘killall’ solves this. The F-Secure Policy Manager Server startup script detects this and warns the user if this happens, including instructions on how to solve it.
  • #44881 – Issue with “useradd” in Policy Manager debian packages can cause problems if UID/GID spaces are synchronized between several servers. As a workaround, you may create Policy Manager users/groups manually before installation.
  • The following warnings may appear on rpm upgrades, but you can safely ignore them:
    • warning: erase unlink of /opt/f-secure/fspms/lib/xmlgraphics-commons-2.1.jar failed: No such file or directory
    • warning: erase unlink of /opt/f-secure/fspms/lib/xml-apis-1.0.b2.jar failed: No such file or directory
    • warning: erase unlink of /opt/f-secure/fspms/lib/websocket-servlet-9.3.16.v20170120.jar failed: No such file or directory

Installation

Key codes for installation
The installation does not require a key code.
System requirements for F-Secure 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.
    If the /tmp folder is mounted as a separate file system, it should have at least 1 GB of free hard disk space.
  • One of the following Linux platforms:
    • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, 7
    • CentOS 6, 7
    • SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 11, 12, 15
    • SuSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 11, 12, 15
    • openSUSE Leap 43, 15
    • Debian GNU Linux 8 (Jessie)
    • Debian GNU Linux 9 (Stretch)
    • Ubuntu 14.04 (Trusty Tahr)
    • Ubuntu 16.04 (Xenial Xerus)
    • Ubuntu 18.04 (Bionic Beaver)
  • One of the following browsers:
    • Firefox
    • Internet Explorer
    • Google Chrome

Note: The product may also work on other Linux versions. However, no other Linux version is officially supported.

System requirements for F-Secure Policy Manager Console
  • CPU 2 GHz or higher, 1GB RAM.
  • 300 MB of free hard disk space
  • One of the following Linux platforms:
    • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, 7
    • CentOS 6, 7
    • SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 11, 12, 15
    • SuSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 11, 12, 15
    • openSUSE Leap 43, 15
    • Debian GNU Linux 8 (Jessie)
    • Debian GNU Linux 9 (Stretch)
    • Ubuntu 14.04 (Trusty Tahr)
    • Ubuntu 16.04 (Xenial Xerus)
    • Ubuntu 18.04 (Bionic Beaver)

Note: The product may also work on other Linux versions. However, no other Linux version is officially supported.

Installation and start-up
Server

Red Hat, CentOS, SuSE

Enter the following commands as the root user:

  1. Install the packages:
    # rpm -i fspms-14.20.<build_number>-1.x86_64.rpm
  2. Configure Policy Manager Server:
    # /opt/f-secure/fspms/bin/fspms-config

Note: Policy Manager Server requires Linux capabilities and the 32-bit version of the libstdc++ library. Make sure these packages are installed before installing Policy Manager Server. SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 and SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 11 administrators might need to explicitly enable Linux File System Capabilities by adding ‘file_caps=1’ as a kernel boot option (see SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 release notes for more details: https://www.suse.com/releasenotes/x86_64/SUSE-SLES/11-SP4).

Debian, Ubuntu

Enter the following commands as the root user:

  1. Install the packages:
    # dpkg -i fspms_14.20.<build_number>_amd64.deb
  2. Configure Policy Manager Server:
    # /opt/f-secure/fspms/bin/fspms-config

Note: Policy Manager Server requires Linux capabilities and the 32-bit version of the libstdc++ library. Make sure these packages are installed before installing Policy Manager Server. Use Multiarch capabilities (https://wiki.debian.org/Multiarch/HOWTO) to install the 32-bit library onto a 64-bit platform.

You can check the server components’ status by entering following commands as a normal user:

# /etc/init.d/fspms statusConsole

Red Hat, CentOS, SuSE

Enter the following command as the root user:

# rpm -i fspmc-14.20.<build_number>-1.x86_64.rpm
Debian, Ubuntu

Enter the following command as the root user:

# dpkg -i fspmc_14.20.<build_number>_amd64.deb
F-Secure Policy Manager Console installs to /opt/f-secure/fspmc/ directory. A new “fspmc” user group is created automatically.

After the installation, add users to the “fspmc” user group to provide permissions to use F-Secure Policy Manager Console.  Enter the following command as the root user:

# /usr/sbin/usermod -aG fspmc <user id>Enter the following command to list all current groups the user is a member:

# groups <user id>After you have added users to the group, click the F-Secure Policy Manager Console item in F-Secure group in programs menu to start it.

You can also start Policy Manager Console from the command line by entering:

# sg fspmc -c /opt/f-secure/fspmc/fspmc

Upgrade
  1. Create a full backup of Policy Manager data (h2db, preferences etc). Consult Policy Manager Administrator’s Guide, “Backing Up & Restoring F-Secure Policy Manager Console Data” section for instructions on how to create a full backup.
  2. To upgrade Policy Manager components, follow the instructions in the following sections.

Note: You should uninstall Automatic Update Agent manually if it is not needed for any other F-Secure products on the same machine.

Red Hat, CentOS, SuSE

Enter the following commands as the root user:

# rpm -U fspms-14.20.<build_number>-1.x86_64.rpm
# rpm -U fspmc-14.20.<build_number>-1.x86_64.rpmNote: Policy Manager Server requires Linux capabilities. Make sure this packages is installed before installing Policy Manager Server. SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 and SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 11 administrators might need to explicitly enable Linux File System Capabilities by adding ‘file_caps=1’ as a kernel boot option (see SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 release notes for more details: https://www.suse.com/releasenotes/x86_64/SUSE-SLES/11-SP4).

Debian, Ubuntu

Enter the following commands as the root user:

# dpkg -i fspms_14.20.<build_number>_amd64.deb# dpkg -i fspmc_14.20.<build_number>_amd64.debNote : Policy Manager Server requires Linux capabilities. Make sure this package is installed before installing Policy Manager Server.

Uninstallation
Red Hat, CentOS, SuSE

To uninstall Policy Manager components, enter the following commands as the root user:

# rpm -e f-secure-policy-manager-server# rpm -e f-secure-policy-manager-consoleDebian, Ubuntu

To uninstall Policy Manager components, enter the following commands as the root user:

# dpkg -r f-secure-policy-manager-server# dpkg -r f-secure-policy-manager-consoleNote: To prevent accidentally deleting potentially irreproducible data created by Policy Manager components – log files, MIB files, domain tree, policies, configuration files and preferences – the uninstallation does not remove the following directories. Remove these directories manually to completely remove the software by entering the following commands as the root user:

# rm -rf /var/opt/f-secure/fspms# rm -rf /var/opt/f-secure/fsaus# rm -rf /etc/opt/f-secure/fspms# rm -rf /etc/opt/f-secure/fsaus# rm -rf /opt/f-secure/fspmcIMPORTANT: Make sure that you do not destroy keys that you may need in the future.

Frequently asked questions

1) Where are the log files, configuration files and communication directory located in the Linux version?

The Policy Manager Server database files are located at:

/var/opt/f-secure/fspms/data/h2db

Enter the following commands as a normal user to list all files and their location:

Red Hat, SuSE:

# rpm -ql f-secure-<component-name>

Debian, Ubuntu:

# dpkg -L f-secure-<component-name>

Policy Manager Console:

/opt/f-secure/fspmc/lib/Administrator.error.log

Policy Manager Server:

/var/opt/f-secure/fspms/logs

/var/opt/f-secure/fsaus/log

Policy Manager Console:

/opt/f-secure/fspmc/lib/Administrator.properties

Policy Manager Server:

/etc/opt/f-secure/fspms/fspms.conf

/var/opt/f-secure/fspms/data/fspms.db.config

/var/opt/f-secure/fspms/data/fspms.proxy.config

2) Why are the files located in unusual places?

All Policy Manager files have their own location that is based on the File Hierarchy Standard (FHS). For more information on FHS, see http://www.pathname.com/fhs/.

3) Why does Policy Manager Server not start?

Make sure that you have run the configuration script:

# /opt/f-secure/fspms/bin/fspms-config

Make sure that the ports which have been configured for Policy Manager Server are active by logging in as the root user and running the ‘netstat -lnpt’ command.

4) How can I start, stop, restart, or check the status of Policy Manager components?

Policy Manager Server:

# /etc/init.d/fspms {start| stop| restart| status}

5) How can I specify a HTTP Proxy?

You should edit /var/opt/f-secure/fspms/data/fspms.proxy.config configuration file.

Restart Policy Manager Server to take the new settings into use.

6) How can I change the default ports (80 and 8080) of Policy Manager Server?

Configure these ports with the configuration script:

# /opt/f-secure/fspms/bin/fspms-config

7) How can I change the default port (8081) of Web Reporting?

Configure the Web Reporting port with the configuration script:

# /opt/f-secure/fspms/bin/fspms-config

8) Is there any diagnostic tool I can use?

Yes, use ‘fsdiag’ to collect information about your system and related packages. Enter the following command as the root user:

# /opt/f-secure/fspms/bin/fsdiag

All collocted information is stored in the ‘fsdiag.tar.gz’ archive that is located in the current directory.

9) How can I install software to remote hosts from Policy Manager Console on Linux?

Export installation packages to JAR files and use ilaunchr.exe tool to install software to hosts, for example by using logon scripts. Follow the process that is described in the manual (section 3.4.3 “Local Installation and Updates with Pre-Configured Packages”).

The ilaunchr.exe tool is in the ‘/opt/f-secure/fspmc/bin’ directory.

10) How can I configure Policy Manager for large environments?

  1. Increase ‘Host polling interval’ value to 30-60 minutes in Policy Manager Console.
  2. Use Policy Manager Proxy to minimize the database update load on Policy Manager Server.

Product documentation

The product documentation can be found on our web site: https://www.f-secure.com/en/web/business_global/downloads/policy-manager.

We look forward to hearing your comments on the functionality, usability and performance. You are welcome to give feedback and report any technical issues through our community at http://community.f-secure.com/t5/Business/bd-p/Business_Solution_Beta_Programs.

F-Secure License Terms

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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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