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False Rogue Computer Reporting


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ESET Security Management Center (Server), Version 7.0 (7.0.577.0)
ESET Security Management Center (Web Console), Version 7.0 (7.0.429.0)
Microsoft Windows 10 Pro (64-bit), Version 10.0.17763
Connected Clients: 86
Active Licenses: 1

ESET Security Management Center is reporting 442 Rogue Devices on my domain. There isn't even that many computers, printers or servers on my domain. What can I do to correct this.

 

Thanks in advance

 
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Just now, BaldNerd said:

Hi @ScottWStewart

Is there any chance you share your WiFi access or otherwise allow people to temporarily connect to your network?

Cheers,
Robbie // The Bald Nerd

we have a customer wifi hotspot that probably has 20-30 customers log-in to it daily, but it is on a different network segment. Also we have 2 Meraki Access Points used by 10 devices. All are locked down and nobody can access unless they have the SSID.

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The ESET rogue scanner must be picking up each device that connects. It'd be tough to walk you through here in the forum, so perhaps a call to ESET support would be helpful if you're stumped, but I have a feeling you may have a networking issue if those devices are meant to be entirely separated from your LAN. Key point: those "rogue" devices are indeed devices which ESET Security Management has seen on your network. Personally I'd want to find out why the network is allowing cross-talk like that, since I'd dread the thought of BYOD having any amount of access to the corporate network without admin approval.

Hope you figure it out!!

Robbie // The Bald Nerd

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4 minutes ago, BaldNerd said:

The ESET rogue scanner must be picking up each device that connects. It'd be tough to walk you through here in the forum, so perhaps a call to ESET support would be helpful if you're stumped, but I have a feeling you may have a networking issue if those devices are meant to be entirely separated from your LAN. Key point: those "rogue" devices are indeed devices which ESET Security Management has seen on your network. Personally I'd want to find out why the network is allowing cross-talk like that, since I'd dread the thought of BYOD having any amount of access to the corporate network without admin approval.

Hope you figure it out!!

Robbie // The Bald Nerd

Thanks BaldNerd, that's probably what I'll do. Hopefully they can  help me clear this issue up. Have a good weekend!

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