Ensure redundancy with relay groups
Deep Security Relays are part of the network that distributes Security and Software Updates from Trend Micro to your protected resources. You must have at least one functioning
Deep Security Relay if you want keep your protection up to date. Relay functionality is included in all 64-bit Windows
Each Relay belongs to a Relay Group (even if it is just a group with a single member). Agents
For information on enabling relay functionality in an Agent, see About relay-enabled agents.
From the Relay Groups page, you can:
- Create a New
- Delete a Relay Group
- View the Properties
()of a Relay Group
Relay Group Properties
General Information: The name and description of the Relay Group.
Security Updates: Select the source from which this Relay Group will download and distribute software security updates. The Default Relay Group will always use the primary update source defined in the Administration > Updates > Relay Groups. However, any additional Relays Groups you create can use either the primary update source or another one that you have configured.
Proxies: Specify the proxy server that must be used to access the Primary Security Update Source. The Primary Security Update Source is usually Trend Micro Update Server, and is configured on the Administration > System Settings > Updates tab. The proxy will be used by the Relays in this Group if this Relay Group is configured to use the Primary Security Update Source. If this Relay Group is configured to get its Security Updates from another Relay Group, the proxy will only be used if connectivity with the other Relay Group is lost and this Group from must fall back to the Primary Security Update Source.
Members: Relays that are members of the group
The Assigned To tab shows the computers that are using this Relay as the source of the Security and Software Updates.