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  1. I changed the template to "is not one of" and it works. Thanks.
  2. I am trying to set up a Dynamic Group to assign a task to that will automatically install ESET on new managed desktop computers that have no product installed. I have the GPO working so it installs the agent, but when I set up a Dynamic Group for the unprotected computers, the computers that populate the group already have antivirus installed. It was putting all of my desktops in that group, so I added the OS Edition . OS Name Rule with the text Microsoft Windows 10 Pro, since all of the new machines will be Win 10. The group is populated with the few Win 10 machines we currently have, which all have antivirus installed. See the screenshot attached for how I have it set up. When I change the Computer . Managed products mask to equal, the existing Win 10 machines are no longer in the group. Seems to be exactly the opposite of what I tell it. What am I doing wrong?
  3. I'm very used to ESMC 7 now and have used it enough to find little things that are annoyances and in my opinion could vastly improve the product. One of those items is the situation where you are in a Dynamic Group such as Windows Desktops or Windows Servers and you need to view the details of a computer. Once you are done viewing the details, you click Close or Back. But it doesn't take you back to the Dynamic Group you were viewing, it takes you back to the top level of your groups. That is not what "Close" or "Back" intuitively means. It should take you back to the Dynamic Group you were viewing. The product is already VERY click-heavy and this just adds to it. That is a recurring theme I have seen mentioned by more than one person about ESET ERA 6.x and ESMC 7. Thanks for considering this.
  4. I will attempt that and get back to you.
  5. Sorry, tried your suggestion just now. I removed all entries but the Scheduled Scan and still got multiple entries. See screenshot.
  6. Yes, I do have it set to Append, but I also unchecked all of the other scheduled tasks. To me, this means those setting won't take affect, but apparently not. It is not intuitive. See the attached screenshots.
  7. I looked at this setting the other day. I already have my HTTP Proxy set up this way. It takes a LONG time to update this way. It must have to time out first, which seems to take 10 or 15 minutes. I haven't timed it, but back to my original issue of multiple entries in the scheduler: I did get a screenshot today because after I attempted to set up the dual update profile and reverted my changes back, I lost my scheduled scan that is supposed to happen once a week. I attempted to recreate it and again ended up with multiple duplicate entries in the Scheduler once again. I took a screenshot before reverting my changes. It is attached. Hopefully someone can chime in about the extra scheduler entries.
  8. I am trying to get a dual update profile set up in ESMC 7. I followed this article, https://support.eset.com/kb6880/?locale=en_US&viewlocale=en_US, but ended up with duplicate entries in the Scheduler. Sorry, no screenshot available as I reverted my changes back. We have an HTTP Proxy policy set up for the entire enterprise and it is controlling how all of the machines update, but I want some machines to use the dual update profile. How do I add the ability for machines to do internet updating without making duplicate schedules? Video tutorials for this sort of thing would be great, BTW.
  9. "Last successful update" would work fine. In the meantime, I will adjust the settings you outlined above. Again, thanks for listening to my feedback.
  10. Thank you for looking into the suggestion. We only have a few computers that would have multiple users logged in at one time. In 5.x, the logged in user shows up as "Multiple users". It doesn't happen often, so it wouldn't be a problem for us. To clarify - I'm asking to have the option to display this info in the computer table. Either have it off by default, but allow admins to enable it or vice-versa. Regarding the Detection engine, what I am looking for (and what we used the VSDB info for) is to be able to see at a quick glance, which machines are not updated. I suppose that ESMC will flag machines in red if they have an issue, but then we have to drill down to find out what is going on. Sometimes it's as simple as the machine being turned off, which we don't need to investigate.
  11. Description: Add fields to Computers list Detail: In ESET ERA 5.x you could customize the fields in the list of computers. It made it very easy to see what user is logged into a particular machine because you could add a custom field with the username. In ESMC, you have to click on the machine, then click Show Details and then scroll down to Users to see who is logged in. The same goes for the Virus DB version (now called Detection Engine in ESMC). Please give administrators the option to make the console less click intensive. We need to be able to find info quickly without having to click and scroll so much. Thanks for listening.
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