You may experience an issue with the GFIAgent on your Kerio Connect server. The GFIAgent might be repeatedly attempting to log in as a user named .CloudAdmin, causing significant load on the server.
To disable the GFIAgent on your Kerio Connect server, follow these steps, depending on the host OS where Kerio Connect server is installed.
- Access Services, locate the GFIAgent service, right-click on it, and select Stop.
- Then, right-click again, go to Properties, and set the Startup Type to Disabled.
- Launch Linux terminal
- Execute the command sudo systemctl stop gfiagent to stop the service
- Execute sudo systemctl disable gfiagent to prevent it from starting during boot.
- Launch macOS terminal
- Execute command sudo launchctl unload /Library/LaunchDaemons/gfiagent.plist to stop the service
- Execute command sudo launchctl bootout system /Library/LaunchDaemons/gfiagent.plist to disable it from starting during boot
Please note that disabling GFIAgent may affect functionalities such as remote management, so exercise caution when performing these steps.
What is the GFIAgent on Kerio Connect server?
GFIAgent is a service that is used by GFIAppManager in Kerio Connect 10.0.2 and later.
How can I disable the GFIAgent on my server?
You can disable the GFIAgent by stopping and disabling the service at OS level and preventing it from starting in Kerio Connect.
What are the potential impacts of disabling the GFIAgent?
Disabling the GFIAgent may affect functionalities such as remote management.