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Nickel

SCVEditor?

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Hello,

Reading both the R77.30 VPN Administration Guide and R80.10 Remove Access VPN Administration Guide, there is a mention of tool called SCVEditor and that it is available at opsec.com. Is this tool still around? I wasn't able to find it there or by searching SecureKnowledge. 

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SCVEditor is a legacy tool for SecuRemote, which is no longer supported.

The last version I'm aware of is here: SCV Editor 

You would probably be better off using Endpoint Compliance checks instead.

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Endpoint Compliance checks are managed from Endpoint Management and are for the full Endpoint client.
The Mobile Access portal has a different set of compliance checks unrelated to that and those of SCV.

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SCVEditor is a legacy tool for SecuRemote, which is no longer supported.

The last version I'm aware of is here: SCV Editor 

You would probably be better off using Endpoint Compliance checks instead.

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Nickel

Thanks Dameon, that is what I have been looking into.

SCV Editor is still mentioned in R80.10 documentation and the Remove Access Client for Windows Admin Guide  🙂 

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But the Endpoint compliance not work with client Endpoint Secure or Mobile, only with ssl portal.

This is correct?

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Endpoint Compliance checks are managed from Endpoint Management and are for the full Endpoint client.
The Mobile Access portal has a different set of compliance checks unrelated to that and those of SCV.

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I am try to use this file, but i receive this issues:

The Issues is with DataStruct.dll

Any idea?

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Hi I'm new here but i'm hoping i could help,

 

after some deep research i found an old manual NGX manual referencing to the OPSEC SDKs:

1) download the old OPSEC_SDK_6_0.WIN32
Link: "https://supportcenter.checkpoint.com/supportcenter/portal/user/anon/page/default.psml/media-type/htm..."
2) extract the tar.gz to some folder of your choice.
3) then put the file inside the "release.dynamic" folder so it will get all it will be a happy party with it's old DLLs.
"Check_Point_OPSEC_SDK_6.0_win32\OPSEC_SDK_6_0.WIN32.tar\OPSEC_SDK_6_0.WIN32\pkg_rel\lib\release.dynamic\SCVEditor.exe"


and... voila!

It's Alive!

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