One of our office systems is a Mac Mini. I keep getting LOGICcards that say features are missing which are Windows only. Right now I have cards that it is missing Active Discovery, System Tray, Remote Background Management, and Patch Management.
There's a Logiccard which will give information regarding failed 2FA attempts. This Logiccard currently shows IP Address, City and Country, in addition to a date stamp. This should also display the username of the user failing the 2FA, so they can tell the user to change their password if it's been compromised. I know it's possible to look up this information in the User Audit report, but it would be easier if it was ...more »
"Security Updates for Windows 10 Version 1507 Have Ended" card came up today. When I click "View affected devices" it lists all of our Windows 10 workstations none of which are still running 1507.
Bring Back the Assign Task via e-mail option from LogicCards. We do not use the ServiceDesk option. We have tried several times, it's just not ready for prime time, missing features, etc.
We used the Assign via e-mail to send LogicCards to our support queue. This was fairly easy and USEFUL and now it's just gone.
Bring the option back!
The Logic Card "MAV: Viruses on the rise" arrived a month late. The data plot indicates the campaign peaked the end of October rendering an end of November notification unhelpful.
Given the mercurial nature of "malware campaigns" propagation trends need to be reported as soon as the indicators are statistically significant.
I have been with my company 4 months and been the sole person responsible for the software the entire time. I only began receiving more than two Logic Cards about a week ago. Only once have I received a Patch Tuesday card. I have to ask my manager to send me all his logic cards, which takes time and makes no sense. If this can't be changed for everyone, at least make it a setting so everyone working on the software ...more »
The card just appeared in my dashboard, saying my ERP-Server has an unneeded toolbar installed. The 'Toolbar' is a component of my ERP-Software, which is barely or not known outside of Germany.
My guess: This LOGICcard does one simple thing - searching within the installed softwarelist for the string 'toolbar'. It is not using a database of risky software or something.
Please remove that card or tune it.
That card has only one info for me: all my clients using the latest version. It pops up everyday. How is that supposed to help me?
I frequently get logic cards that say at the Top - 'created one month ago', showing up as a fresh card. I do like the information just not a month old can they be refreshed.
Others show up that I never want to see again but dismiss treats them all the same.
Looks like there is an issue with this LogicCard... Today I received the attached logic card warning that "38 client devices at risk of disconnecting from the dashboard " due to the upcoming certificate update. However, there is only one XP devices (pre SP3) in the dashboard. The list of affected devices included many other devices that should be unaffected.
LOGICards incorrectly ID's machines with Symantec AntiVirus installed "Security flaw in Symantec/Norton Antivirus software". In this case the systems have Backup Exec installed.
This morning I received an email alert about a new LOGICcard: an urgent red alert that some devices are not running the latest MOB engine. The LOGICcard says that 991 of my devices are out of date. That's surprising since I have nowhere near that many devices. Why this is worth an email alert and most LOGICcards are not, I don't know. Why I get a High-Importance alert that MOB is not up to date, when NONE of my devices ...more »