Thanks for your reply.
I have forwarded it to our in-house security specialist (in cc on this email). I expect he may get in touch with you directly if he has additional questions...
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Date: vrijdag 20 nov. 2015 15:46
To: Merkx, S.J. (Stanley)
Subject: Re: - Ask the Expert: Unleash your inner IT superhero with EMC’s next-gen customer experience roll-out and ESRS v3 Virtual Edition
Ask the Expert: Unleash your inner IT superhero with EMC’s next-gen customer experience roll-out and ESRS v3 Virtual Edition
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Windows 2012 includes Hyper-V, so that can also be used for an ESRS 3.x VE install. There shouldn't be too much of an issue getting VE installed on 2012 then, or was there a reason for not being able to implement? There are many advantages to have 3.x/VE running in its own environment.
We are currently running a version 2 release and it is not PCI compliant. Does ESRS V3 support TLS 1.2 for PCI compliance? Is there any reason we can not upgrade to V3?
Does ESRS V3 support TLS 1.2 for PCI compliance? We are currently running a version 2 release.
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I am trying to configure ESRS 3.14 and have been having an issue connecting to EMC. I have the ESRS server internal port 443 is allowed, but port 8443 is not. I was told port 8443 is required for the original configuration, but technical docs mention that it is not required. I log in with my credentials, select site ID, then select next and it authorizes and give me an error BAD request, per knowledge base it mentions to register SUSE server with command suse_register, I get an error when running that command. Any help would be appreciated
I would refer to KB 13285 and docu55301 for guidance on port requirements. Both are searchable on support.emc.com. At one point 8443 outbound port was optional, though it is mandatory now. I'm not sure that is your specific issue, though I would start there with ensuring 443 and 8443 outbound ports are opened to *.emc.com servers, and DNS enabled.
So only outbound, when doing the network test, this is checking for outbound connectivity, not inbound?
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