KnowledgeBase Articles: Lumension® Endpoint Management and Security Suite

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Article: 1665  Application Maximum that can be applied to Denied Application and Supplementary Easy Lockdown/Auditor Policies

If more than 200 applications are added to the combination of all Denied and Supplemental Easy Lockdown policies, it may result in failure to deliver policies to endpoints.

Article: 1664  Error: "Your other Java's vendor is also not supported"

This article addresses an issue where customers may see a Java error when trying to install the LUM Agent on a Linux OS.

Article: 1663  Best Practices for Mandatory Baselines

This article contains Best Practices and Notable Behavior for Mandatory Baselines in LEMSS 7.0 and above.

Article: 1662  LEMSS Agent Install Using Group Policy Object

This article discusses how to distribute the LEMSS 8.0 Agent and higher using Group Policy Objects.

Article: 1661  Failure Upgrading LEMSS 7.1.0.70 Agents with the Device Control module to 8.0 When Application Control is in Easy Lockdown Mode

The upgrading of 7.1.0.70 Agents with the Device Control module to 8.0 fails when Application Control is in Easy Lockdown mode

Article: 1660  Lumension Patch and Remediation Support for Windows XP

This article contains information about Lumension Patch and Remediation support for Microsoft Windows XP

Article: 1659  Making changes to ASP.NET Applications on a Locked-down Endpoint

A Trusted Path policy is required to support trusted change on a locked-down IIS web server running ASP.NET applications if the changes are not pre-compiled.

Article: 1657  LEMSS Hardware Sizing and Software Guide

This article is intended to help administrators procure the hardware and software required for the Lumension Endpoint Management and Security Suite server installation.

Article: 1656  LEMSS DC frequent policy generation explained

This article discusses a scenario where customers who use LEMSS Device Control and have DC policies assigned to Computer Groups (Directory Service Groups or Custom Groups as seen under under Manage > Groups) may notice frequent DC policy generation on the LEMSS server. This behavior is by design.

Article: 1655  Detection results for Mac OS X endpoints may be inaccurate

This article discusses an issue in which vulnerabilities and software inventory for Mac OS X endpoints may be inaccurate as represented in LEMSS.

Article: 1654  Deployment Failure during Solaris patching, package differs from the package installed on the system

This article describes a known issue which can occur when a Solaris patch containing packages for more than one SPARC variant is installed, wherein an error message is returned indicating that certain package versions differ from the package installed on the system.

Article: 1653  Endpoint Module Install/Uninstall Does Not Complete

This knowledge base article explains how to determine whether a module install or uninstall that appears to be hanging is either behaving as expected or has entered an unknown state that requires action recommended by Lumension.

Article: 1652  LEMSS Agent Upgrade Does Not Complete

This knowledge base article explains how to determine whether an agent upgrade that appears to be hanging is either behaving as expected or has entered an unknown state that requires action recommended by Lumension.

Article: 1649  Defining the Proper Trust Policy to Deploy Google Chrome When an Endpoint is in Lockdown with Lumension Application Control

You must add Google Chrome to a Trusted Updater Policy to deploy it to endpoints in Lockdown mode.

Article: 1648  Failure Upgrading a Hardened L.E.S. Agent for L.E.M.S.S. Device Control

L.E.M.S.S. Device Control can only upgrade L.E.S. agents that have Client Hardening disabled.

Article: 1646  False-Positives Lead to Unintended Software Installation on Endpoints

This article describes an issue reported by customers in which software deployments/updates are being sent to endpoints when the software is not installed on the endpoint.

Article: 1644  Agent Install Failure: Windows XP SP2 Platform

This article discusses an issue when you attempt to install or upgrade to the Lumension Endpoint Management and Security Suite 8.0 Agent on a Windows XP SP2 operating system.

Article: 1643  Preparing to upgrade from Lumension Endpoint Management and Security Suite 7.1 or 7.2 to version 8.0

Upgrades of LEMSS to version 8.0 require Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0, Microsoft KB 2836939, and the Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 SP1 Redistributable Package, if not already installed. For most versions of LEMSS, these requirements are installed during upgrade.
However, when upgrading LEMSS 7.1 (all versions) and LEMSS 7.2.0.10 to 8.0, manual installation of these requirements is necessary due to a limitation in Microsoft Silverlight that can potentially prevent the upgrade from occurring properly.

Article: 1642  Converting Windows Server 2012 from a Server with a GUI mode to Core mode

This article contains information and tasks on converting a server that contains a Windows Server 2012 operating system initially installed and set to GUI mode to the Core mode setting. Lumension Endpoint Management and Security Suite 8.0 or later only supports a server that is set to the GUI mode upon initial installation, however your server environment may require you to switch mode options.

Article: 1639  Lumension Patch and Remediation (LPR) support for Apple Mac OS X 10.9 (Mavericks)

Mac OS X 10.9 (Mavericks) is the latest release of Apple's Mac platform. On November 22, 2013, Lumension extended content support for Mac OS X 10.9 (Mavericks) through Lumension Patch and Remediation, with support back to LPR 7.2 Update 2 (version 7.2.0.30) and Agent version 7.0306.

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