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Configuring StellarOne, StellarEnforce and StellarProtect update source

    • Updated:
    • 24 Nov 2021
    • Product/Version:
    • Stellar Enforce 1.0
    • Stellar Protect 1.0
    • StellarOne 1.0
    • TXOne - StellarEnforce 1.0
    • TXOne - StellarEnforce 1.0
    • TXOne - StellarOne 1.0
    • TXOne - StellarOne 1.0
    • TXOne - StellarProtect 1.0
    • TXOne - StellarProtect 1.0
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Summary

Stellar 1.1 has introduced a feature where StellarOne can now be designated as local Update Source for Stellar Agent. The procedures below are mostly compatible with 1.1 or higher version.

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StellarOne Considerations

Assess on how you want StellarOne to acquire the pattern updates depending on your deployment scenario:

  • StellarOne gets update from Active Update Server (Internet)
    1. Log in to StellarOne console and go to Administration > Downloads & Updates > StellarOne.
    2. Make sure "Scan Component Update Source (StellarOne)" is set to "ActiveUpdate Server".

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    3. Perform a test update to check.

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  • StellarOne gets update from TMUT (Local)

    This procedure would require a special tool which would serve as your local update source. To acquire the tool, please check with your Trend Micro contact or open a support case. https://success.trendmicro.com/contact-support-asia-pacific

StellarEnforce/StellarProtect Considerations

After determining how StellarOne pattern is updated, the next step is to identify how Stellar Agents are going to be updated, based on your deployment scenario.

  • Managed StellarEnforce/StellarProtect gets update from StellarOne

    This procedure would require a special tool which would serve as your local update source. To acquire the tool, please check with your Trend Micro contact or open a support case. https://success.trendmicro.com/contact-support-asia-pacific

  • Standalone StellarEnforce/StellarProtect gets update from Active Update Server (Internet)

    By default, standalone agent should acquire updates directly from Active Update Server.

    • StellarEnforce

      By default, Standalone agent should acquire updates directly from Active Update Server.

      To check Update Source, you can use the command,

      SLCmd.exe show update -source

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      To run an update, use the command,

      SLCmd.exe show start update

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    • StellarProtect

      By default, Standalone agent should acquire updates directly from Active Update Server.

      To check update components, you can use the command,

      opcmd.exe about components

      Module state

  • Standalone StellarEnforce/StellarProtect gets update from TMUT (Local)

    This procedure would require a special tool which would serve as your local update source. To acquire the tool, please check with your Trend Micro contact or open a support case. https://success.trendmicro.com/contact-support-asia-pacific

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