AV scanners have evolved as has bitdefender however we are not receiving the full power of the appliaction we are paying for and as such we have started evaluating Sonicwalls Capture Client so that we receive the ability to sandbox files Solarwinds have the license to include the sandboxing feature that Bitdefender provide but are relucatant to include it until it is voted upon despite the risk of loosing 5000+ AV licenses ...more »
Looking to be able to restore to external drive or network path from Backup Manager and Recovery Console. This is essential for some clients where storage space is at a premium.
There is not enough information reported in Managed Patch Automated Tasks, and in the Automated Tasks Reports.
I would like a more granular report for Managed Patch regarding updates/patches installed after Managed Patch runs on a device.
Would like to see a function available in Backup Manager to filter for and back up specific file types (separate from the Documents backup, that's built into the All-In version of the Backup Manager software).
Would like to see a device count per Device class in report Managed Devices SLA Report
Right now, if you enable AV defender for an X number of devices, you will not get feedback if it is indeed succesfully installed.
you have to go trough each agent, or hover over the device to see if the version is installed or not. Also, you will not get notified if the existing anti-virus programm was uninstalled (if there was any).
Would like for the Backup Manager to automatically filter the LSV path in case the LSV gets accidentally selected for backup, to prevent backing up the LSV information.
Customer requests to add Quickbooks' main file types to the Documents backup solution.
Some files in long paths with long names make it hard to see the exact file name to determine exactly which file to restore. Would like to see the ability to hover over to get the name, or scroll over to see the entire file name, during a restore.
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 »
When installing MAV, any existing AV checks are still present even though they have been uninstalled or disabled by the agent.
These checks should be automatically removed when installing MAV.
Would be nice to have a little more control on when the workstation backup checks fail in the dashboard. 90% of the time the backup check has failed because the computer wasn't on the day before, or the backup was still seeding, or the user booted their PC after the daily safety check time.
For workstations it would be nice to be alerted only if a successful backup hasn't completed in, say , 3 or 4 days.