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  1. I would assume that the new switch ports aren't properly configured for vlan traffic between the ERA server and workstations and that is where your issue is. Otherwise they should be completely transparent.
  2. You can perform the Software Install task without automatically rebooting. Under the task's Settings section there is a checkbox labeled "AUTOMATICALLY REBOOT WHEN NEEDED".
  3. Able to see if a Windows User has Admin Rights or not?

    Make sure the share has permission granted to "Domain Computers" group - ESET executes the command as a local system account rather than a domain user. I did overlook something in my original reply though - it prints the hostname first and then outputs only the 'net' command to file... so the command needs to be modified a little. Edit: Or you could just simply output the file with the hostname as filename. net localgroup administrators > \\servername\sharename\%COMPUTERNAME%.log This way it writes the hostname to file and then appends the net command results to the same file. I tested this just now from ERA and it works fine.
  4. Able to see if a Windows User has Admin Rights or not?

    Sure you don't have to output to a network share, it would just simplify collecting the results had you ran this command on multiple machines. "hostname & net localgroup administrators > C:\filename.log"
  5. Able to see if a Windows User has Admin Rights or not?

    It is possible but there is no built-in functionality specific to this purpose. You need to execute a Run Command task on the host(s) you want to check. Since the Run Command task simply creates a local batch file and then executes it, the output is not returned to ERA and you will need to output the command to a file. Here's the command you want: "hostname & net localgroup administrators > \\%HOSTNAME%\%SHARE%\filename.log" Replace %HOSTNAME% and %SHARE% with your environment or just output the file locally.
  6. Speaking as someone who is hands-on IT management rather than a reseller or MSP: That is how I would expect it to behave and should. My endpoints are configured for strict cleaning so I have not dealt with this issue, however if end users were greeted with option dialogs during an av scan without any way for the admin to suppress I would be quite aggravated with the product.
  7. Changelog for Endpoint Security 6.6.2072.4?

    Oh cool, thanks for clearing this up.
  8. Just noticed that EES 6.6.2072.4 is released. Is there a changelog for this update? I'm getting sick of receiving the outdated software alerts since 6.6.2072.2 did not apply to me and have been looking forward to an update that shuts it up.