Applies to the following Sophos product(s) and version(s) Sophos For Virtual Environments
Frequently Asked Questions
Sophos for Virtual Environments and VMware NSX
Applicable Sophos Enterprise Console Policy Options
Cloning, Suspending and Snapshotting the Security Virtual Machine
How to Set up the Network Settings of the Security Virtual Machine during install
Guest Agent Deployment Methods
Uninstalling the Guest VM Agent via the Command Line
Required Firewall Ports
How to Update Enterprise Console managed Security Virtual Machines if SMBv1 Has been Disabled on Your Network
Enabling Secure Shell (SSH) Access to the Security Virtual Machine
Updating Using IIS / WebCIDs,
How to change the keyboard language
Information on Sophos for Virtual Environments 1.2.0
How to create the required certificate package to allow Guest VM Migration for Enterprise Console managed Security VMs
How to renew the Security VM Certificate following certificate expiry
Recommended Environmental Settings for Guest Virtual Machine Migration
How to Gather Logs and How to Submit them to Sophos Support
Machines not showing in ProtectedGVMs.log
Security Virtual Machine Installation Fails
Scripted install of Guest VM Agent fails with "GetSVMCertificate: bad allocation"
Installation of the Security VM on VMware ESXi fails with error 'Failed to Deploy SSVM: list index out of range'
Guest VM agent install fails with CustomAction SetScanningServiceSidToDriverRegistry returned actual error code 1603
Security Virtual Machine installer displays error: "'DynamicData_Holder' object has no attribute '_multipleHostAccess'" when attempting to install the Security Virtual Machine directly on to an ESXi host
Security Virtual Machine updating can fail after the first successful update if the CID is on a different domain
The Hyper-V Security VM installer does not display duplicately named Virtual Switches in the network connections setup page
Changes made in the Hyper-V manager to the vSwitch configuration are not propagated to the Security VM installer
Navigation to the 'Public' share on the Security Virtual Machine can fail if the optional 'RequireSecuritySignature' setting is enabled on the client machine
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