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Rogue Computer question


DennisT
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Is there a way to mark a rogue computer as known and to ignore it going forward?  With all the printers, switches, timeclocks, IP to whatever devices, etc I have over 250 rogue devices I know of and don't care about as far as AV is concerned.  

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Do I have to add each device by its IP/MAC?  I don't see a way to mark items in the Rogue List as ignore/add to the policy.

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Ugh, I tried using a IPV4 whitelist filter, doesn't work properly (scans IPs outside the range I entered).

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For future reference: there is a client task Rogue Detection Sensor Database Reset that is supposed to speed up cleanup of cache after changing detection filters. Just be aware that sensor does not utilize active scanning which mans it might take some time after all device are detected again.

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