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It would greatly enhance managing PM if we could create workstation filters based on patch status. In the days following a big patch release I am very interested in identifying workstations with patches in Pending status as they may be having issues. I have multiple workstations at several clients that are rarely used and usually offline. To reduce clutter, I usually invoke a Workstation Filter to see only online workstations. ...more »
We want to do pattern analysis of which, where and when Failed Checks occur. I was disappointed to discover that the API only returns currently Failed Checks that have not been cleared, rather than any checks that failed in, say, the last 24 hrs. - or even better, a define-able time period. The current offering requires us to run our collection script every time a check fails and before someone clears the check. Failure ...more »
Many applications report timestamps in Hex format. i.e. Faulting application start time: 0x01d281cb61439181 When a Check finds a Critical Event in Event Viewer it simply dumps that data into the email without reporting the time the event was logged to the system (which is in human-readable format.) The hex timestamp is not something most of us can translate in our heads on the fly. Please either convert the hex or report ...more »
It seems reasonable that the system should send an email when an Agent goes to OFFLINE - MAINTENANCE MODE with an explanation of why it has done so.
It's not good to find out by surprise that the agent is offline and having no idea why or any ability to predict when it might be back.
Case Description: When choosing to Edit a workstation from within Networks tab, the window that comes up in Chrome for Linux does not reveal any of the Network Interfaces data - only the column headers are visible and the window cannot be resized to accommodate the length.
This issue does not arise with Firefox on Linux.
As Chrome has better security, it is the preferred browser.
Can the devs look into this?
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 would like to see the date-times an event was raised, especially when multiple entries for the same event are reported. For instance: 3 x Application Error (EventID=1000) Faulting application name: fmplugin.exe, version: 0.0.0.0, time stamp: 0x57c40b50 Faulting module n... First report: 11-26-2016 Last report: 11-28-2016. Transient issues sometimes resolve over a weekend and it would be ever so convenient ...more »
I would like to be able to configure the MAV check to fail ONLY on an actual Virus or Root Kit.
I don't need to be alerted when it finds a tracking cookie - I'm content to let the system quarantine them and learn about them in a report.
The Dashboard needs to give feedback when interacting with a Bit Defender client. When you select Managed Antivirus Scan -> Update Threat Definitions for a Vipre client, it comes back with "The Managed Antivirus Threat Definitions Update was successfully requested." The Bit Defender clients give no feedback for any choice you make. I have been able to look at running processes and determine that it has received and accepted ...more »
If I make a request that a system do ANYTHING - Install Patches (now or later), run a Vulnerability Check, run a scan, update the agent - I mean ANYTHING that can be asked of or on behalf of a system(s) - it should appear in Pending Actions for that system(s) until the request is completed. This seems so basic I shouldn't have to ask for it - how else can far-flung stake holders know what's going on with a system at any ...more »
A failed Physical Disk Health Check showing red X presented the following text in the "More Information" column in the south pane: "Disk(s) reporting OK". Clicking on the link, the underlying report said "Check not available on this device". Disks can't be reporting OK if the check is not available. This top level text needs to read UNAVAILABLE or NOT RUN. I was told it is GFI/LN practice to provide the LAST report. ...more »
When I click on a column header in the north pane, ie: Pending Patches, it should sort those workstations that have pending patches to the top. I never click a column header for any reason other than to see those involved entries. As it stands, I always have to click the header twice.
Sorting involved entries to the bottom of the stack by default makes no sense to me.