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GFI EndPoint esecagntservice.exe eats about 2GB of RAM

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hi,


An agent has been deployed to a xp sp3 computer with 4gb of ram... the esecagntservice.exe service eats about 2gb... why?

I tried to delete de agent (using console) and then re-install.... same problem


What can I do?


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Don't know it at all, but when the frnt page of their website (http://www.gfi.com/endpointsecurity/) says -

New version of GFI EndPointSecurity released - November 29, 2007 - GFI Software announces the release of the latest version of GFI EndPointSecurity, a solution that helps to control the use of portable storage devices such as iPods, flash drives, USB sticks and PDAs on the network and prevent the leakage or theft of sensitive data.

I would be looking for something newer. It seems they have dropped the ball.

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by:heze54
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Hi,

I posted at this forum... but no response.. I? running 4.1 version(the latest)


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Sorry you aren't getting answers, but I think this program is probably a lemon. You will get responses when a program is well known and used by many. This would not appear to be the case here. Half a dozen undated and unverifiable testimonials, awards from questionable sources, nothing about it inspires confidence.

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Ajammmmm


other software to try? Please no desktop authority

GFI says.. "is an internal problem we will fix as soon as possible"...
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I guess if I was considering such a path, I would start with something like this - http://www.endpointsecurity.org/ to find out what others were using and how their experiences compared.

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Hi,
Where at this page? forum?

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Start with the forum FAQ, register and check it all out......(Don't get sucked in for any payments though).

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