Deep Security Agent platforms

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See also Agent platform support policy.

Agent platform support table

Deep Security Manager 12.0 supports the Deep Security Agents on the operating systems shown in the table below. If platform support was added in an update release, the minimum update version is noted next to the check mark in the table.

Deep Security Manager supports the use of older agent versions, but we do encourage customers to upgrade agents regularly. New agent releases provide additional security features and protection, higher quality, performance improvements, and updates to stay in sync with releases from each platform vendor.

Not all Deep Security features are available on all platforms. See Supported features by platform.
The Deep Security Agent can be installed and is fully supported on any of the below platforms running in Amazon AWS or Microsoft Azure.
Deep Security Agent Platform     Deep Security Agent Version
  12.0 11.3 11.2 11.1 11.0 10.0 9.6 9.0
Windows 2000, Service Pack 3 or 4 (32-bit)             U17  
Windows XP (32- and 64-bit)              
Windows Server 2003 SP1 or SP2 (32- and 64-bit)              
Windows Server 2003 R2 SP2 (32- and 64-bit)              
Windows 7 (32- and 64-bit)    
Windows 7 Embedded (32-bit) (See Note 2)            
Windows Server 2008 (32- and 64-bit) (See Note 3)    
Windows Server 2008 R2 (64-bit) (See Note 3)    
Windows 8 (32- and 64-bit)    
Windows 8.1 (32- and 64-bit)    
Windows 8.1 Embedded (32-bit) (See Note 2)            
Windows 10 (32- and 64-bit) (See Note 1)    
Windows 10 Embedded (64-bit) (See Note 2)            
Windows Server 2012 (64-bit)    
Windows Server 2012 R2 (64-bit)    
Windows Server 2016 (LTSC, version 1607) (64-bit)    
Windows Server, version 1709 (64-bit)      
Windows Server, version 1803 (64-bit)     U16    
Windows Server 2019 (LTSC, version 1809) (64-bit)       U16    
Windows Server, version 1903 (64-bit) U2              
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 (32- and 64-bit)              
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 (32- and 64-bit)    
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 (64-bit)    
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 (64-bit)       U12      
Ubuntu 10 (64-bit)              
Ubuntu 12 (64-bit)              
Ubuntu 14 (64-bit)              
Ubuntu 16 (64-bit)    
Ubuntu 18 (64-bit)   U2      
CentOS 5 (32- and 64-bit)              
CentOS 6 (32- and 64-bit)    
CentOS 7 (64-bit)    
Debian 6 (64-bit)              
Debian 7 (64-bit)    
Debian 8 (64-bit) U1    
Debian 9 (64-bit)        
Debian 10 (64-bit) U1       U14      
Amazon Linux (64-bit)    
Amazon Linux 2 (64-bit) U8    
Oracle Linux 5 (32- and 64-bit)              
Oracle Linux 6 (32- and 64-bit)    
Oracle Linux 7 (64-bit)    
Oracle Linux 8 (64-bit) U2       U14      
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP3, SP4 (32- and 64-bit)              
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP1, SP2, SP3, SP4 (32- and 64-bit)    
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 SP1, SP2, SP3 (64-bit)    
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15 (64-bit)            
CloudLinux 5 (32- and 64-bit)              
CloudLinux 6 (32-bit)              
CloudLinux 6 (64-bit)         U6    
CloudLinux 7 (64-bit)    
Solaris 10 Updates 4-10 (64-bit, SPARC or x86)       U6      
Solaris 10 Update 11 (1/13) (64-bit, SPARC or x86)       U6    
Solaris 11.0 (1111), 11.1 (64-bit, SPARC or x86)       U6    
Solaris 11.2, 11.3 (64-bit, SPARC or x86)       U6    
Solaris 11.4 (64-bit, SPARC or x86)       U7      
AIX 5.3, 6.1, 7.1, 7.2 (See Note 4)              

Support for these releases is ending soon (see Deep Security release strategy and life cycle policy). Please upgrade to Deep Security Agent 12.0 as soon as possible.

Note 1: Microsoft releases regular, semi-annual releases for Microsoft Windows 10. For details about which specific releases are supported, see Deep Security Support for Windows 10.

Note 2: All Trend Micro testing on Windows Embedded platforms is performed in a virtualized environment. Because these operating systems are typically run on custom hardware (for example, on point-of-sale terminals), customers must plan to thoroughly test on their target hardware platform prior to deployment in a production environment. In addition, before raising support cases, customers should attempt to reproduce problems in a virtualized environment because this is the environment the Trend Micro support team has available. If the issue is specific to deployments on custom hardware, Trend Micro may require the customer to provide us with remote access to a suitable environment before we can fully respond to support cases.

Note 3: Deep Security Agent is supported with both Full/Desktop Experience and Server Core installations of Windows Server 2012 and later. For Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2, only Full installations are supported.

Note 4: Requires a signed Deep Security Agent, version 9.0.0-5624 or higher. You can download the signed 9.0 agent from the 12.0 tab on the Deep Security Software page.

Docker support

You can use Deep Security 10.0 or later to protect Docker hosts and containers running on Linux distributions. Windows is not supported.

With each Deep Security release, Deep Security supports the last two stable releases of Docker Community Edition (CE) and Docker Enterprise Edition (EE). (See Announcing Docker Enterprise Edition.) We do not officially support Docker Edge releases, but strive to test against Docker Edge releases to the best of our ability.

Support for new stable Docker releases is introduced with each release of Deep Security. We recommend that you refrain from upgrading to the latest stable release of Docker until Trend Micro documents the support statements for the latest Deep Security release.

Deep Security release Supported Docker releases
Deep Security 10.0 Docker v1.12.x, v1.13.x
Deep Security 11.0 Docker 17.03-ee, 17.06-ee, 17.09-ce, 17.12-ce
Deep Security 11.1 Docker 17.12-ce, 18.03-ce, 17.06-ee
Deep Security 11.2 Docker 18.03-ce, 18.06-ce, 17.06-ee, 18.03-ee
Deep Security 11.3 Docker 18.06-ce, 18.09-ce, 17.06-ee, 18.03-ee
Deep Security 12.0 Docker 18.06-ce, 18.09-ce, 17.06-ee, 18.03-ee

Deep Security support for Docker releases includes any sub-versions of those releases. For example, Deep Security 11.0 supports Docker 17.09-ce including its sub-versions: 17.09.0-ce and 17.09.1-ce.

Before deploying Deep Security into your target environment, you should ensure that Docker supports your target environment and platform configuration.