A question from the Endpoint Administration Part 2 webinar: Linux machines & Kernel Updates

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A question from the Endpoint Administration Part 2 webinar: Linux machines & Kernel Updates

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There are some instances of Linux machines that are protected previously and then became unprotected or partially protected. As per checking on them, it was because the kernel version was upgraded to the latest version and is still not listed on the supported versions from the KB. Is it safe to say that we should just configure the policy to user-space mode instead of the kernel?

 

Note: This question was asked during a customer success webinar: Endpoint Administration Part 2

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A reply by the CS webinar team: 

If the Kernel version is supported, configure the agent settings for that group of endpoints to use user space mode

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A reply by the CS webinar team: 

If the Kernel version is supported, configure the agent settings for that group of endpoints to use user space mode

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