Use the links below to gain access to the full software files. Recovery Instructions: Your options In the Application Control policy, applications are allowed by default. A single alert is the default setting. Note: A few of our controlled applications will not be removable because they are embedded within your operating system. Chances are your downloads are slow because the upload speed of what you are connected to is tapped out, while your uploads are using the much more plentiful download bandwidth on the other end of your connection.
These downloads are for installation support for existing partners and customers only. Re-authentication is not required in order to access these applications. Please read the for further instructions. Save Automatic firewall rules: Select this option to automatically add firewall rules that allow traffic for this profile. Frank2658 wrote: Our site-to-sites have worked perfectly fine since we moved to Sophos a year ago. Bandwidth is not an issue either. The users from Active Directory or Novell eDirectory can be authenticated.
The issue seems to be related to a configuration issue. They escalated this case to Level 2 tech which did some troubleshooting but still didn't find anything. Tried multiple isp with same result. The 'Currently installed programs' list in the 'Add or Remove Programs' tool lists all of the Windows-compatible programs that have an uninstall program or feature. If it's the case, could you go in the Options tab and check the Enable automatic authentication option and enter the appropriate login window title.
With these settings, upload speed is fast but download speed is very slow. One of them don't work since a week or so if I want to use automatic authentication so I must not fill in user and password. If I change the settings to tcp with compression, it would flip the other way around: upload speed would be very slow and download speed would be fast. The following download offers a free 30 day trial. Sophos support was not any help either. . Older legacy versions can be found on the page requires a MySophos account.
With these settings, upload speed is fast but download speed is very slow. My guess is it has more to do with the available bandwidth on the other side of your connection. I think there is a limitation in the client itself. The rules are added as soon as the profile is enabled, and they are removed when the profile is disabled. Right-click on it and select Connect. The clients are not overseas.
Users can manually input the username and password for authentication and would be able to save the credentials for auto login during computer boot process. What is the title of that window? System administrators choose applications that they wish to block. Enter your username and password and confirm by clicking ok. Login to Sophos Open the Sophos User Portal in your Browser. I'm going to assume that the upload bandwidth is much lower then the download bandwidth. I have tried multiple isp's as well.
If I change the settings to tcp with compression, it would flip the other way around: upload speed would be very slow and download speed would be fast. After many attempts trying to troubleshoot this, I was not able to find a solution or root cause. However, you can set your Application Control policy to send only a single alert per endpoint, so you will only be alerted once about any embedded applications. A need for remote ssl came up recently, but have experienced this issue since trying to implement it. Look for the option to still open the page different depending on the browser. Maybe you can record a small video of the issue and post it here. What Am I do wrong? Thanks for your comments Leave a Reply Your email address will not be published.
Do you have any ideas? Not being assured with the benefits that cloud offers, many enterprises are leery of migrating critical enterprise applications to the cloud due to security concerns and business continuity. I have 5 vpn site to site. Is this remote ssl or site-to-site? Re-authorize a controlled application If you want to re-authorize a blocked application, then you'll find re-authorization instructions in this. Chances are your downloads are slow because the upload speed of what you are connected to is tapped out, while your uploads are using the much more plentiful download bandwidth on the other end of your connection. Should this option not be available, double-click the uninstall file applicable to the specific application. Read further to find an answer.