System requirements for Symantec Endpoint Security
Symantec Endpoint Security
Symantec Endpoint Securityprotects a range of device types, from workstations to mobile devices. And if you have a subscription that supports servers, servers are also protected.
If you are upgrading from
Symantec Endpoint Protection, ensure that all existing devices you want to protect are updated to a supported client.
Symantec Endpoint Securityfeatures are supported on a subset of device types. For example, Application Isolation and Application Control are not supported on Mac, Windows Servers, Linux, or mobile devices.
Supported operating systems
Currently, Windows Embedded operating systems are not supported.
See the following knowledge base article:
The Application Isolation and Application Control features are not supported on Mac, Windows Servers, Linux, or mobile devices.
Supported kernels of Symantec Linux Agent (also lists supported minor Linux OS versions)
See the Mobile Security help for more information:
You can also refer to the client system requirements available through the following page:
Browser support for cloud console access
You can use the following browsers to access the cloud console:
- Google Chrome
- Microsoft Edge
- Mozilla Firefox
For all browsers, two most recent versions are supported.
Browser support varies by operating system. The minimum resolution supported for Windows browsers is 1400.
Hardware requirements for Symantec Agent for Linux
The device on which you install the Symantec Agent for Linux must have:
- Intel Premium 4 (2 GHz) or later processor
- 500 MB of free RAM (4 GB of RAM is recommended)
- 2 GB available disk space if/var,/opt, and/tmpshare the same filesystem or volume
- 500 MB available disk space in each/var,/opt, and/tmpif on different volumes