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eSight V300R010C00SPC200, 300, and 500 Local HA System Software Installation Guide (SUSE Linux + Oracle + Veritas) 10

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How Do I Check Whether the Security Hardening Tool Has Been Installed in the System

How Do I Check Whether the Security Hardening Tool Has Been Installed in the System


How do I check whether the security hardening tool has been installed in the system?


  • Windows operating system

    If the administrator user name is Administrator, the system is not hardened. If the administrator user name is SWMaster, the system has been hardened. After logging in to the system as the administrator, press Win+R to open the Run dialog box, enter setwin, and press Enter. If the security hardening tool has been installed, the hardening program is automatically started. Otherwise, the system cannot find the setwin command.

  • SUSE Linux operating system

    Log in to the Linux operating system as the root user and run the sek -h command. If the sek command cannot be found, the hardening tool is not installed. Otherwise, the following information is displayed:

    The sek command line format is :
    sek [ -l | -x NUM | -x all | -r NUM | -r all | -if PATH | -io PATH | -h | -v ]
    Options are as follows :
    -l       ---  List all the policies
    -x  NUM  ---  Execute <NUM> policy
    -x  all  ---  Execute all selected policies
    -r  NUM  ---  Rollback <NUM> policy to original state
    -r  all  ---  Rollback all selected policies to original state
    -if PATH --- Import SEK configurable data from <PATH>
    -io PATH --- Import system original configuration data from <PATH>
    -h       ---  Displays the SEK CLI options
    -v       ---  Displays the version details
Updated: 2019-10-30

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