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LIst of Mac OS supported products for ESAP?

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RSteveKadish_
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LIst of Mac OS supported products for ESAP?

Hi all,

 

I am looking at the ESAP download page at https://www.juniper.net/support/downloads/?p=esap.  The latest document "List Of Products Supported on SA 7.2 / UAC 4.2 and later" for version 2.4.1 is broken down into "Window AntiVirus," "Windows Firewall," etc., but there's nothing about Macintosh software.  Is this a mistake, or is there another document somewhere else?

 

Any help is appreciated.

 

Thanks,

- Steve

 

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braker_
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Re: LIst of Mac OS supported products for ESAP?

While its not entirely obvious (due to less than ideal formatting), the index actually lists the subheadings "Window Antivirus", "Windows Firewall", "Windows Antispyware", "Mac Antivirus", "Mac Firewall", and "Mac Antispyware" with the relevant products below each. The easiest thing to do is search for the first occurrence of the heading you are looking for.

 

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braker_
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Re: LIst of Mac OS supported products for ESAP?

Mac products start on page 834

RSteveKadish_
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Re: LIst of Mac OS supported products for ESAP?



@braker wrote:

Mac products start on page 834






Hi Braker,

Thanks!  Can I ask how you were able to figure that out?

- Steve

RSteveKadish_
New Contributor

Re: LIst of Mac OS supported products for ESAP?

Hi braker,

Thanks. When I was searching yesterday I was searching on "Macintosh," "MAC OS," etc. Now I know better.

Best,
- Steve

braker_
Frequent Contributor

Re: LIst of Mac OS supported products for ESAP?

While its not entirely obvious (due to less than ideal formatting), the index actually lists the subheadings "Window Antivirus", "Windows Firewall", "Windows Antispyware", "Mac Antivirus", "Mac Firewall", and "Mac Antispyware" with the relevant products below each. The easiest thing to do is search for the first occurrence of the heading you are looking for.

 

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