RAZev
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vShield w/ endpoint and ESET agentless failure

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Forgive me if this is detailed already or within the incorrect forum group.

We are using ESET agentless anti-virus.  The idea is the same as McAfee MOVE or other vendors and adheres to similar architecture.  I have 5 hosts in the vcenter cluster running 5.5 GA & 5.5 EPatch 3.  I've installed vShield Manager 5.5.4 and had configure everything.  ESET's virtual appliances were all scanning vm guests properly and I continued deploying on my merry way.

I then installed Endpoint on the same host as the vShield Manager OVF and this basically killed everything.  I think what happened is that I failed to set up the port group properly or it just didn't install right.  It's probably me.  Either way since the vShield Manager shares similar port group I think this creates a conflict.  The problem is I don't know how to resolve the port group issue or determine if that is really the issue; but i think it is.

Do I need to uninstall vshield?  Can I modify my current deployment so that it functions?  Will either of these cause outages on my vm guests?

Many thanks in advance for your insight!

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RAZev
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So I RTFM a couple more times.  Could it be more vague!?  Armed with more assumptions and found a blog with a bit more clarity I figured out the issue. 

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RAZev
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So I RTFM a couple more times.  Could it be more vague!?  Armed with more assumptions and found a blog with a bit more clarity I figured out the issue. 

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bayupw
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do you mind to share the blog URL?

Bayu Wibowo | VCIX6-DCV/NV
Author of VMware NSX Cookbook http://bit.ly/NSXCookbook
https://github.com/bayupw/PowerNSX-Scripts
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