What’s new in Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite 10.0
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Simplified deployment procedures
The new Dr.Web License Manager in Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite 10.0 makes it significantly easier for large companies—specifically those with complex hierarchical structures and separate divisions in which the number of protected hosts is constantly fluctuating—to purchase and deploy the solution.
- New! Single license covers a single network — a key file no longer needs to be split manually between different anti-virus servers.
- New! Simplified key file replacement — now anti-virus protection capabilities are determined only by one key file instead of two, reducing the risk that the connections between the anti-virus servers will be broken if the parameters specified in one of the key files are incorrect.
- New! The License Manager recognises compressed keys — key files are replaced rapidly.
- New! The Dr.Web Server Network Subsystem enables the server to work with a large number of nodes with little cost to performance.
- Improved! The group tree has been significantly redesigned to make working with large numbers of Dr.Web-protected hosts more efficient.
- Improved! The list of supported DBMSs has been expanded. Moreover,you can now manage the DBMS and execute SQL queries via the Control Center.
Simple installation and administration
- New! Mobile control center for Apple-devices.
- New! A special plugin for basic control over the anti-virus server and for retrieving statistics.
- New! The”single agent” architecture makes it easy to connect new hosts to the anti-virus network. Stand-alone Dr.Web anti-virus products for PCs, file servers and mobile devices can now connect to the centralised security administration network at any time.
Significantly enhanced security and stability
- New! Support for clusters of Dr.Webanti-virus servers and cluster protocol facilitates the coordination of Dr.Web Agent administration via differentDr. Web servers.
- Improved! Dr.Web Agent is based on the stand-alone product Dr.Web Security Space 9.1, so the array of options for configuring anti-virus components for Windows PCs and servers via the has expanded significantly.
- Improved! Administration permissions have been redesigned — now you can grant administrators only those privileges that are truly essential for them to do their jobs.
- New! View news from Doctor Web directly in the — stay up-to-date on the latest information security developments.
Lower maintenance costs
- Improved! Significantly enhanced integration with Active Directory and LDAP: you can now search for hosts using Active Directory and LDAP features. Automatic synchronisationfor groups of hosts (including the ability to change the primary group upon automatic approval of agents by the anti-virus server).
- Improved! Authorisation with Active Directory, LDAP, and RADIUS – network administrators can now test authorisation settings for external administrators. PAM authorisation support has been added for network administrators using Linux.
- New! A notification system supporting SNMP.
- Improved! An enhanced task scheduler supports one-time jobs.
Anti-virus protection policies are easily managed
- New! Export/import and distribution of a single agent or agent group configuration between other agents and agent groups on the anti-virus network; policies can be quickly changed and applied to specific groups.
- New! Download configuration files containing Dr.Web agent connection settings for Android, macOS and Linux via the Control Center.
Monitoring the security situation in an anti-virus network has never been easier
- Improved! The revamped Control Center interface can automatically update displayed data, so you can respond to a malware outbreak as soon as it occurs.
- New! View the list of users currently working on machines connected to the anti-virus network.
- New! To install the anti-virus software, use the full agent installer; the distribution includes all the components needed for installation. This may come in handy when low Internet bandwidth renders other installation options unfeasible.
- New! Use the network scanner to search for hosts in different domains (if the administrator uses this specific feature to install the anti-virus agents). Agents are assigned to groups according to pre-defined rules.
- New! The Dr.Web Agent installer can be distributed via email using the Control Center (if necessary).
- New! If multiple Active Directory servers are on the network, DFS (Distributed File System) services are used to install the agents.
Gather system information
- New! View information about the hardware and software installed on the protected machines in the local network.
More efficient updating
- New! Download updates from the repository for modified files only; this greatly simplifies updating if network bandwidth is low.
- New! Test anti-virus software updates on selected computers/groups before distributing them between all the agents. Select the updates you want to install; Roll back updates; Install updates at a specified time; View update result information for all the updated agents.
- New! The administrator can select the closest servers in the Dr.Web Global Updating System for update retrieval.
- New! Back up the anti-virus server repository. This procedure can be configured via the Control Center.
- New! A stand-alone utility is used to download the Dr.Web Server repository via GUS if access to the Internet is unavailable when Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite 10.0 is being installed. Now, you no longer need to install an external Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite server or use other means to get updates into the local network.
- New! Multicast updates.
- New! The anti-virus server can also be updated via the Control Center.
Easy-to-read logs and statistics
- New! Export anti-virus network statistics and schedule them to be send by email in PDF format.
- New! The Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite Control Center can now display information about anti-virus server performance.
- Improved! Aggregate anti-virus server logs in one place — download the log files of neighbouring Dr.Web servers via the Control Center.