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We are still on Endpoint Security and will be making the transition to Endpoint Protection before it goes end-of-life.

There are 2 concerns about the transition:

1. Increased WAN (internet) usage since all clients will need to access the internet for updates.

2. Some segments of our network are prohibited from having internet access.  We still want to protect isolated machines though in case data gets exchanged by USB drive or a file share that is in common with non-isolated machines.

An idea that could address both of these concerns is an on-premise caching server that would store updates from Nebula servers that internal clients could reference.  Maybe there could be a way to configure clients so if the on-premise caching server is unreachable the client would try to reach the Nebula server.

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