Required user permissions

This article assumes that you have the appropriate access rights and permissions to perform the tasks below.

If you use the default Administrator user or are unable to perform the tasks below (the option is unavailable), create a second administrator user with all access rights.

  • Use dynamic groups automatically to determine the update settings for client workstations depending on the network they are connected to


 Endpoint users: Perform these steps on individual client workstations

In the example below:
  • Download updates using a proxy server when connected to subnet A (referred to as “Company Network”).
  • Download updates using the ESET update server when connected to subnet B (referred to as “Off Network”).
For additional examples of using Dynamic Group templates, see Dynamic Group template – examples in ESET PROTECT Online Help and Related articles below.
I. Configure the Company Network Dynamic group

II. Configure an Off Network Dynamic Group

III. Create Company Network and Off Network policies and assign them to groups

Example policies

The policies below are sample policies—we recommend building out more detailed policies based on the needs of your environment. In addition, you can also modify existing policies based on the proxy server settings below if you have already created policies you would like to use.

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A. Company Network Policy

B. Off Network Policy

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