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  1. We have around 1600 clients, total. The software update task I usually run against 20-40 clients at one time.
  2. The rest of the message is "See trace message for more details." I see this randomly on clients when trying to upgrade the antivirus and it causes the tasks to fail. Typically running the task again results in success, but it happens frequently enough to be a pain. I see a lot of the following error: [cache:error] [pid 1212:tid 8480] (OS 5)Access is denied. : [client x.x.x.x:55030] AH00779: Could not stat a cache lock file: C:\\Windows\\SERVIC~2\\NETWOR~1\\AppData\\Local\\Temp/mod_cache-lock/3/b/3bpPDdRsi0BQcSLS9D9z_g Also, a lot of errors returned from i3.c.eset.com and i5.c.eset.com ('error reading from remote server' and/or 'connection was forcibly closed by the remote host'
  3. I see ESET Endpoint Antivirus for OS X version 6.8.1.0 available in the repository, but find no release notes, nor any mention here. Any info available? Thank you
  4. Exactly. Though I view wake-up call more like wake-on-lan, requiring network broadcast, which is not a good practice across multiple subnets. I'm looking for a simple 'send policy' that doesn't require network broadcast. Even if it's a basic command I can run from the client (remotely).
  5. Description: Mechanism to force policy refresh on client(s) from ERA console. Detail: There doesn't appear to be a way (that I've found) to force a client to pull a new policy. We either have to wait for the policy refresh interval or create a new policy with a shorter refresh interval and apply it. It would be great to have a right-click option from the ERA console to force an immediate policy refresh.
  6. Description: Better method for detecting unmanaged clients Detail: RDS is not a practical solution in environments with multiple LANs, it can't be installed on OS X, and relies on outdated/unsupported software (WinPcap). A simple ping-sweep tool that works across multiple subnets and shows unmanaged clients, or better yet, a dynamic group that does the same so that an agent install task can be run when client joins the group. This would be awesome, especially for OS X where Group Policy automated install is not an option.
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