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AVG 8.0 Remote Administration. | Page 2 Contents  General Description  AVG Admin Setup  AVG Admin Server Deployment Wizard  AVG Admin Server and Monitor.

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1 AVG 8.0 Remote Administration

2 | Page 2 Contents  General Description  AVG Admin Setup  AVG Admin Server Deployment Wizard  AVG Admin Server and Monitor  AVG Network Installer Wizard  AVG Admin Client  AVG Admin Console  New features

3 | Page 3 General Description  New architecture – layers, communication protocol  User Interface adjustments – intuitive, user-friendly, flexible layout  Easy to understand terminology  AVG 8.0 is not compatible with AVG Admin 7.5

4 | Page 4 Fundamental Components  AVG Remote Administration Setup  AVG Admin Server Deployment Wizard  AVG Admin Server  AVG Admin Server Monitor  AVG Admin Console  AVG Network Installer Wizard  AVG Admin Client

5 | Page 5 AVG Admin Setup (I)  Setup does not uninstall AVG Admin 7.5 –Remote Administration 7.5 and 8.0 can run on one server  Language localization –Czech, English, German, French, Italian, Brazillian Portuguese  Setup is not responsible for configuration –Configuration is created by the Server Deployment Wizard

6 | Page 6 AVG Admin Setup (II)  Program Location %programfiles%\AVG\AVG8Admin –separate folder for each component  Graphical reports  Setup requires a valid license number

7 | Page 7 Installation - Type Image 1 – AVG 8.0 Remote Administration setup

8 | Page 8 Installation - Full Mode  All components available: –Admin Console –Admin Server –Graphical Reports –Network Installer Wizard –Documentation  DataCenter role and UpdateProxy role

9 | Page 9 Installation – Module selection Image 2 – Selection of Remote Administration modules

10 | Page 10 Installation – Lite Mode  Admin Lite server can only act in the UpdateProxy role  Network Installer (hidden installation using a script)  DataCenter and Admin Console are not available  Recommended for small networks

11 | Page 11 Admin Server Deployment Wizard  Initial configuration and later reconfiguration  Allocation of AVG Remote Administration roles  Scripts for DB creation or conversion to a higher version  No initial configuration is created by default  The Deployment Wizard has to be completed in order to make AVG 8.0 Remote Administration functional

12 | Page 12 Admin Server Deployment Wizard Image 3 – AVG Admin Server Deployment Wizard

13 | Page 13 Admin Server Deployment Wizard Image 4 – Current state of AVG Admin Server

14 | Page 14 DataCenter Configuration  Database configuration  Creation of new database  Database backup and conversion  Supported databases: –Firebird –MS SQL 2005 Express Edition (and MSDE) –MS SQL Server 2000/2005 –Oracle 10g

15 | Page 15 DataCenter Configuration Image 5 – DataCenter role configuration

16 | Page 16 UpdateProxy Configuration  Define local folder for “mirrored” update files  URL for local and public update servers  Connection string to machine running Master DataCenter (if different)  Local proxy server configuration  Included also in Lite Mode configuration

17 | Page 17 UpdateProxy Configuration Image 6 – UpdateProxy role configuration

18 | Page 18 Deployment progress Image 7 – Deployment progress

19 | Page 19 AVG Admin Server (I)  DataCenter role, UpdateProxy role, or both  Completely new communication protocol  Admin Server service is launched after computer startup listening on TCP port 4158  Admin Server can not process AVG 7.5 requests

20 | Page 20 AVG Admin Server (II)  Configuration is stored in avgadmsv.ini file  Initial configuration of the Admin Server is done by the Server Deployment Wizard  Advanced configuration is available in the Admin Server Monitor  Monitoring of new Remote Administration releases and self-update function

21 | Page 21 DataCenter Role (I)  Admin Server is able to serve more clients simultaneously (performance)  It is not possible to execute pure SQL queries for security reasons  All trafic is encrypted with 192-bit Blowfish algoritm by default

22 | Page 22 DataCenter Role (II)  3rd party SQL API++ library for unique access to different DB systems using native drivers (ODBC drivers are not used)  The same version of AVG 8.0 Remote Administration and AVG Data Center is required  Database conversion to the higher version is reliable –Generated conversion scripts, less human-written code

23 | Page 23 Communication Scheme

24 | Page 24 Communication Protocol  All logic is moved from client to server  All communication is handled by a set of commands initiated from the Admin Console or the AVG Client  Priority management is implemented to control load peaks

25 | Page 25 Communication Ports  4158 – main port for communication between Client and Server, Console and Server  6051 – direct communication between Console and Client, configurable  6054 – direct communication between Console and Server, non-configurable, implemented collision detection

26 | Page 26 Central Event Management  Event Templates –Virus found on a station –Station not communicating for more than N days –Station is not up-to-date  Subscription for specific events

27 | Page 27 UpdateProxy Role  Download service with proxy-like behaviour  Update distribution to the clients  Lower Internet traffic  Faster updating of stations  Remote administration of UpdateProxy server

28 | Page 28 User AVG Station AVG station is asking for update files Update Scheme New update file downloading Update servers AVG Admin Server Downloaded update files Is there the needed update file? User AVG Station Update AVG station is receiving update files

29 | Page 29 Segmented Server Functionality  The intention is to split Admin Server load on multiple hardware resources  Admin Server functionality is segmented (DataCenter and UpdateProxy role)  Each segment can be installed separately to facilitate performance optimization

30 | Page 30 AVG Admin Server Monitor (I)  Configuration possibilities –Change or verification of license number –Modification of logging level –Communication port (4158 by default) –Password protection of Admin Server connection

31 | Page 31 Admin Server Monitor Settings Image 8 – Admin Server Monitor Settings: General

32 | Page 32 Admin Server Monitor Settings Image 9 – Admin Server Monitor Settings: DataCenter

33 | Page 33 AVG Admin Server Monitor (II)  Configuration possibilities –Local update files folder –URL of public update servers –Local proxy server configuration –SMTP server and administrator‘s details

34 | Page 34 Admin Server Monitor Settings Image 10 – Admin Server Monitor Settings: UpdateProxy

35 | Page 35 HTML Status Page  Easy access to AVG Admin Server details  Test of Admin Server availability from the clients  Overview of stations in an error state  Information about server load  Update download statistics

36 | Page 36 HTML Status Page Image 11 – AVG Admin Report: HTML Status Page

37 | Page 37 AVG Network Installer Wizard (I)  Creation of installation script  Remote network installation  Clear requirements for remote installation  Remote AVG Uninstallation

38 | Page 38 AVG Network Installer Wizard (II)  Automatic download of the latest installation package  Detailed information about installation processes  Retrieving installation log files from remote stations

39 | Page 39 Requirements – Operating system  MS Windows 2000 with SP4 and SRP1  MS Windows 2003 Server with SP1  MS Windows XP Professional with SP2  MS Windows Vista  MS Windows XP Home –manual installation and start AVG Agent service is necessary

40 | Page 40 Requirements – Services & ports  Ping –ICMP type 0 – Incomming echo request  File and printer sharing –TCP ports 139, 445 and UDP ports 137, 138  Remote Procedure Call –TCP and UDP ports 135  Communication on TCP port 6150

41 | Page 41 Network Installer – Method Image 12 – Choice of installation method

42 | Page 42  No detailed settings  Parameters needed for installation of AVG on stations  Connection string to DataCenter  7 easy steps Network Installer – Basic

43 | Page 43  Option for detailed settings of all installation parameters  Includes logging level, AVG Agent service port, selection of components  10 easy steps Network Installer – Advanced

44 | Page 44 Network Installer – Components Image 13 – Remote AVG Installation: Step 3/10

45 | Page 45 Network Installer – Installation Image 14 – Remote AVG Installation: Step 9/10

46 | Page 46 Network Installer – Script mode  Script serves as an AVG installation template  Used for automatic installation on other stations in the network  Options and components determinations

47 | Page 47 Network Installer – Script mode Image 15 – Installation script options

48 | Page 48 Network Installer – Lite Interface Image 16 – Creation of installation script only

49 | Page 49 AVG Admin Client (I)  Represented by Remote Control Communication Library  Responsible for synchronizing configuration of AVG 8.0 Client with the DataCenter

50 | Page 50 AVG Admin Client (II)  Mandatory items are marked in the User Interface and can not be changed  Remote Administration is not displayed in the list of components –no error state alarm when the DataCenter is not accessible temporarily

51 | Page 51 AVG Admin Client Settings Image 17 – Remote Administration settings in Client

52 | Page 52 AVG Admin Console  Modular User Interface  Information about all stations  Notification about new versions (clients and server)  License Management  Quick Help Windows (FAQ)

53 | Page 53 AVG Admin Console Image 18 – AVG Admin Console

54 | Page 54 Architecture (I)  Designed for station administration only  Pure monitoring mode for workstations is not implemented  Mandatory values are forced onto the clients, non-mandatory values are read from the clients

55 | Page 55 Architecture (II)  Client mode of configuration –identical interface with Advanced settings on the client  Admin mode of configuration –plain list of values is displayed in each section

56 | Page 56 Station Identification  By station name  By station name and domain  By station IP address  By station MAC address  Elimination of possible problems in less structured networks

57 | Page 57 Non-compliance State Image 19 – Non-compliance conditions

58 | Page 58 Shared Settings Image 20 – Admin mode of Shared settings

59 | Page 59 User access restrictions  Opening License Activate/Re-Activate dialog  Opening the Virus Vault  Deleting items from the Virus Vault  Restoring files from the Virus Vault  Opening the Advanced settings dialog  Sending of bug reports

60 | Page 60 Firewall Management  Monitoring of all firewall settings  Mandatory flag can be set for single rules within the firewall configuration

61 | Page 61 Scan Result Options  All Scan Results (positive and negative)  Positive scan results with info or higher severity  Positive scan results with warnings or higher severity  Positive scan results with PUPs or higher severity  Positive scan results with infections or higher severity

62 | Page 62  Two graph types  Several report templates  Export to PDF, HTML, XLS  Schedules for periodic reports –Delivered by Graphic Reports

63 | Page 63 Graphic Reports Image 21 – AVG Admin Report Viewer

64 | Page 64 Migration from AVG 7.5 to Server  AVG Remote Administration 8.0 can be installed along with AVGAdmin 7.5  Each server (TCP Server 7.5 and Admin Server 8.0) work independently, with their own configuration and database  Admin Console 8.0 can not connect to TCP Server 7.5 and vice versa  Databases are not compatible and cannot be converted

65 | Page 65 Migration from AVG 7.5 to Client  AVG 8.0 can not be installed together with AVG 7.5  Installation process of AVG 8.0 removes AVG 7.5 automatically  AVG 7.5 can not connect to Admin Server 8.0 and vice versa

66 | Page 66 Migration from AVG 7.5 to 8.0 (I)  AVG Admin 7.5 can export a list of client’s station names  AVG Network Installer 8.0 is able to load this list and install AVG 8.0 onto all listed stations  Stations are looked up by their name -> valid DNS/WINS record is required

67 | Page 67 Migration from AVG 7.5 to 8.0 (II)  AVG 8.0 connects to Admin Server 8.0 after installation  AVG Network Installer 8.0 can remove successfully upgraded stations from AVG Admin 7.5  Result: all reinstalled stations are configurable from Admin Console 8.0, stations that cannot be reinstalled remain connected to AVG Admin 7.5

68 | Page 68 New Features  Planned support for more DB types  Central event management  AVG Admin Server self-update  Remote uninstallation  Central management of Update servers  Simple and intuitive terminology and User Interface

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