I've noticed that some of our clients' devices have not been getting AV Defender agent updates. Our maintenance windows are usually set on the weekends or late at night, so I suspect that the users are turning off their PCs despite us telling them otherwise. For Windows updates, there's an option to have the updates installed the next time the machine boots up. It would be great if there was a similar option for AV Defender. ...more »
Currently the AV Status service does not recognize AMP for Endpoints (with Tetra enabled) as a valid AV solution and doesn't report on it even when Windows itself recognizes AMP for Endpoints.
Please add AMP for Endpoints compatibility into the AV Status service.
At present, you can see malware, phishing events etc in n-central.
but there is no way to export them at the so level; to sort out duplicates, what needs to be whitelisted, what users need cautioning, etc.
Why event details can't be included in the SO level report, I don't know.
I can see tons of false positives in the listings.
If there was an icon indicatior as to whether the file/url is still being blocked, that would allow us to skip over those entries and focus on the ones that actually are currently blocked in the submission process for de-listing.
It would be great if we could filter for more than just one option eg Event Date/Range & Custom, along with making the columns filterable.
Currently the recent released free version for Kaspersky AV is not supported, so no DSC for antivirus update check can be configured to monitor this free AV.
As the Kaspersky is well received in public, the ability to monitor through DSC for antivirus update check would be really appreciated.
We have a Client with a terminal server setup that would like the same functionality of a desktop version of AV for each user but on the server.
We have some clients that have a lot of tablets or laptops that are somewhat infrequently used. Despite our attempts at running multiple quick scans a day, including some during business hours, these devices are frequently not on during the time of the scheduled task. It appears that there used to be a command line scanner in BitDefender. I opened a ticket with N-central support and was told that the only way to do a ...more »
Rather than the completely passive experience that AV defender currently is, it would be better it it could implement some of the notification options from the standalone Bitdefender or Bitdefender's own white labelled cloud managed service; GravityZone.
eg give us a prompt that a file has been quarantined, a scan has completed and nothing was detected, etc
I would like to see filters under the problem servers drop down that gives me sight of:
Backup Failures only
C: Drive space check failures only
AV check failures only
Vulnerability checks only
SNMP failues only
These are the top 5 pain points and we can see up front and centre which servers are of a higher priorirty to troubnleshoot.
Currently workstations report their AV checks via DSC at 8am, if the AV check is up to date, it passes, if it is out of date, even on the previous version, it will fail. Please can this be changed to a graduated scale so that workstations on current defs are green, within 24 hours is yellow, within 48 hours is orange and older is red. This will distinguish the workstations that have missed the DSC vs those who have ...more »
If you Added a workstation to have Managed Antivirus and it could not deploy it should Have a red X next to the computer the next time a DSC Runs. Currently all you can see is a grey dot next to the AV giving a message like AV is incompatible. No Red X or alert. If you have an issue installing an antivirus agent on a workstation it would seem better to have the workstation show up with a Red X next to AV that was not ...more »