Protection That Works!!! Well most of the time and it’s less annoying than its virus protection competitors. Just do us a favor and don’t use AVG, Symantec, McAfee or default to Microsoft Defender. Their virus support does absolutely nothing to protect you from a ransomware attack.
Webroot Console Interface – Global Site Manager
There’s the home version for virus support and then there’s managing a business or several businesses if you are an MSP.
IT Specialists have the same access as the default admin if they are given permission to all sites unless they are set to “view/read-only”.
Sites and Policies
They are custom policies you can or recycle
This is a list of all policies available. We are in the site called “networkantics”. NetworkAntics has selected “recommended defaults” policy
ProTip! It is recommended you have an “on-boarding” site. Then move into specific department or business.
Device Management – Who’s Computer?
Managing many sites and many computer that are all be on-boarded at the same time will ultimately beg the question, who’s computer is this? What client site should I be moving this site to?
Moving device endpoint to different site will issue another keycode for the correct customer site.
ProTip! Make sure you have devices moved and accounted for in the correct sites as illustrated below.
Webroot Endpoint Protection – Policies
Create default policies for both workstation and server endpoints. Then move devices to specific site with specific policies. NOTE: This task should be done first before setting up sites when setting Webroot for the first time.
Webroot is Flexible and Specifically Designed for MSP management
Works with many RMMs including:
RMM – (https://ninjarmm.com/).
RMM – Autotask
Autotask – API Access
No API required if using Autotask PSA
Webroot Virus Support Summary and Resources
Don’t sit idle until your data is compromised and your computer or business is praying for valid and recent backups. . I have yet to try their cloud offering. Kapersky gives me the heebeegeebees with its Russian affiliation. ESET, Sophos and TrendMicro maybe worthy of looking at too.