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Component Description; Sophos Management Console (SEC) This is the main management console. Use this to download software and updates to your threat detection data, specify policies, including updating, scanning, and anti-virus management on client computers. Check BE6K-UCL-ENH price from the latest Cisco price list 2021.

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Python

We recommend installing a complete scientific python distribution. One of these isAnaconda.

Please download and install Anaconda(Python 3.7 version).

Sophos

To use the Jupyter lab or notebook on a Windows computer with Sophos anti-virus installed it may be necessary toopen additional ports allowing communication between the notebook and its server.The solution is:

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  • open your Sophos Endpoint Security and Control Panel from your tray or start menu
  • Select 'configure' > 'Anti-virus' > 'Authorization' from the menu at the top
  • Select the websites tab
  • click the 'Add' button and add 127.0.0.1 and localhost to the 'Authorized websites' list
  • restart computer (most likely not needed, just restart the Jupyter notebook)
  • output works now :)

Git

Install the GitHub for Windows client. This comes with both a GUIclient as well as the Git Bash terminal client which we will use duringthe course. You should register with Github for an account and sign into theGUI client with this account. This will automatically set-upSSH based authenticationfor the terminal client. The terminal client comes in 3 different flavours based on Windows CMD(DOS like), Windows Powershell, and BASH. We will use the BASH client as this most closely resembles theLinux and OS X terminal used by other students. In order to configure this open the Githubclient. Sign in with your credentials and:

  • Select tools
  • Options
  • Default Shell
  • Git Bash
  • And Press Update to save.

Verify that this is working by opening Git Bash. The Shell window should have a title thatstarts with MINGW64.

Editor

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Unless you already use a specific editor which you are comfortable with we recommend usingVisual Studio Code.Check their setup page for detailedinstructions.

Using VSCode to edit text files including code should be straight forward but in addition youcould configure Git Bash andpython prompt.

For a better git integration we suggest the gitgraphplugin.

Testing your install

Check this works by opening the git bash shell. Once you have a terminal open, type

which should produce readout similar to /c/Program Files (x86)/Code/Code.exe

Also verify the typing:bashcodeopens the editor and the close it again.

which should produce /bin/git. The whichcommand is used to figure out where a given program is located on disk.

Telling Git about VS Code

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Now we need to update the default editor used by Git.

Note that it is not obvious how to copy and paste text in a Windows terminal including Git Bash.Copy and paste can be found by right clicking on the top bar of the window and selecting thecommands from the drop down menu (in a sub menu).

Testing python

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Confirm that the Python installation has worked by typing:

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Which should result in details of your installed python version.

This should print the installed version of the python and git confirming that both are installed atworking correctly.

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You should now have a working version of git, python, and code, all accessible from your shell.

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