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sjourney

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I know you kerio people are NOD 32 users. On the desktop anyway. In the past (KOC) you must disable EMON for stability reasons. I have been running EMON with KOFF for 2 day now with no problems that i have seen. did you (kerio) turn it back on too? Is this supported?

Also did some packet sniffing and it seems KOFF even in non SSL encrypts the users password. so on lan environments would you use HTTP so NOD could scan that traffic as well. or HTTPS so nod can't scan it. Anyway just wondering how you guys are setup and if you have any issues.

We are still running NOD 2.7.

Thanks
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sjourney

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Hello. Is anyone from Kerio out there? I know you guys are busy, but could you please answer my question???
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sappa

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You'r use nod v3 smart security or nod v2 ?

im testing koff with nodv2 on 10 PC and no problem
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sjourney

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We are still on 2.7. I have been running for a week with no issues. looks like it works. Still wondering what the supported setup is???? Anyone from kerio want to chime in??

[Updated on: Wed, 27 February 2008 15:03]

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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NOD32 is integrated with Outlook therefore scanning HTTP traffic from KOC does not make a sense. Use HTTPS and NOD32 integration in Outlook.
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sjourney

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So EMON enabled is officially supported with KOFF?
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Yes, it works with KOFF and we tested it.
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