CIS Offline Update using Simple HTTP File Servers-help required

I recently updated another post of mine explaining the same, in which I added the way to use HFS in detail.

https://forums.comodo.com/install-setup-configuration-help-cis/guide-for-comodo-offlinemanual-updateupdate-without-internet-t71260.0.html;msg506843#msg506843

Hope this helps.

Edit: Completely deleted the previous post and replaced it with a link to similar and better post explaining the same.

There is a long term bug which means that once you have created a proxy definition, you cannot switch it off (which may mean you cannot change it easily). Could that be involved?

Best wishes

Mouse

Surfing to http://download.comodo.com gives 404…

CIS must add to this path in some way?

So the file needs to be on a path like this, maybe: http://download.comodo.com/av/updates58/sigs/bases/bases.cav.z

Best wishes

Mouse

Thanks for the concern.

could be, but I do not think that has anything to do with the client side mechanism.

In fact, there is some hidden logic, may be a different kind of connecting to the site from CIS side…

Because, if I use CESM itself on client system too instead of 3rd party tools, I am able to update CIS from the proxy cache, from the same path, no path change required.

I would like to know how to achieve the same using HFS or Sami.
Because we can not just install full CESM (it has a lot of pre requisitions too) on every single offline machine.

You can verify my procedure yourself, may be that gives you more information than that I can post here.

Using some form of http monitoring or packet inspection tool would tell you what’s going on I guess?

Might be using ftp… lighter for the server…

BTW by path above I meant simple http server path

Very sorry no time to follow your footsteps ATM…

Best wishes

Mouse

Installing CESM on client system, setting the proxy cache folder and pasting data from the pendrive is working fine.

But, there are two prime concerns I have been asking for a free, simple alternative.

  1. CESM is not a tool for offline updates, it is a lot more than that, so using CESM for this purpose is not ideal.

  2. CESM has a lot of dependencies, which are hard to be satisfied on every system.

Some one please suggest me a simple working alternative.

No body else wants to try this ???

CIS 6 is far away, so I still have to rely on this for at least 3 more months.

Someone please guide me…

I have deleted the first post and replaced it with a link to similar and better post explaining the same.

Hope this helps. Thanks a lot to Roopman for his concern and kind guidance.