Enterprise Recon 2.0.30
This page lists the system requirements for:
The Master Server requires a 64-bit (x86_64) CPU.
Memory and Disk Space
The amount of disk space and RAM that your Master Server requires depends on the number of Targets and concurrent scans that it must deal with. The amount of memory required by the Master Server is also impacted by the level of activity in the Web Console.
The following table shows the estimated requirements for a Master Server that supports a given number of Targets and concurrent scans based on a weekly scan with five logged in users:
|Scans Running||Number of Targets||Disk (GB)||Memory (GB)|
For example, a higher amount of memory is required if three users simultaneously access the Target details page for a Target that has 1 million match locations, compared to just one user viewing the Target details page for a Target that only has 100,000 match locations.
The Node Agent is designed to run with minimal impact on its host system. Its main role is to deliver and load the scanning engine and send scan results to the Master Server through an encrypted TCP connection.
Minimum System Requirements
- Memory: 4 MB.
- Free Disk Space: 16 MB.
Supported Operating Systems
|Microsoft Windows Desktop||
|Microsoft Windows Server||
To run a Node Agent, you need a kernel version of 2.4 and above. To view your kernel’s version, run uname -r in the terminal.
|macOS||macOS 10.9+ (Intel x86)
macOS Node Agents are available for ER 2.0.18 and above.
To scan macOS without a Node Agent, perform a SSH scan (see Network Storage Locations).
Microsoft Windows Operating Systems
Ground Labs supports and tests ER2 for all Windows versions supported by Microsoft.
Prior versions of Windows may continue to work as expected. However, Ground Labs cannot guarantee support for these versions indefinitely.
Linux Operating Systems
Ground Labs supports and tests ER2 for all Linux distributions listed under Supported Operating Systems. However, other Linux distributions that are not indicated may work as expected.
To access the Web Console, you must have:
- A compatible browser:
File Permissions for Scans
Agents must have read access to scan Targets, and write access to remediate matches.