Windows 2000 is supported in Deep Security 11.0. However, Deep Security Agent 9.6.2 is the only version allowed to be used in Deep Security Manager 11.0 running in Windows 2000. This article enumerates the available features that you can use in this platform.
- Deep Security Manager 11.0
- Deep Security Agent 9.6 Service Pack 1 Patch 1 Update 17 (9.6.2-8436) - Readme File
- Intrusion Prevention
- Integrity Monitoring
- Log Inspection
- Anti-Malware Feature (AM)
- Application Control (AC)
- Web Reputation Service (WRS)
- Agent Deployment Script
- Location Awareness (Context)
- Interface Isolation
Below are the necessary items to consider:
- MSI installation
Download and install Windows Installer 3.1 Redistributable (v2). Otherwise, Windows 2000 won't be able execute MSI installation.
- Deep Security Network Filter Driver installation
The default Microsoft Root Certificate in Windows 2000 Service Pack 4 is too old to recognize new certificate. In addition, it may cause failure in Network Driver (tbimdsa.cat, tbimdsa.sys) installation.
To resolve this, update the Microsoft Root Certificate.
- Get the updated certificate file and execute rootsupd201711.exe.
- (Optional) Use rootsupd.exe to update Microsoft Root Certificate. The files are updroots.exe and roots.sst. Execute updroots.exe roots.sst.
For more information, refer to this article: Updating List of Trusted Root Certificates.