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Delete group or device and resync (with or without Active Directory)


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Greetings,

I recently encountered a situation wherein I removed several groups and computers from my ESET Protect console. Recognizing the paramount importance of maintaining precise records and configurations within the console, particularly concerning group and computer management, I seek guidance on rectifying this issue.

Could someone kindly provide instructions on restoring deleted groups or computers within the ESET Protect console? Specifically, I am eager to learn how to efficiently delete a group and subsequently synchronize it with Active Directory to ensure the restoration of all pertinent data and its alignment with the latest updates. It appears that while the group is restored during syncing, the unmanaged computers within it do not reappear. Similarly, when a device is removed, restoring it seems to present challenges. Is there a method to restore these components?

I sincerely appreciate any assistance provided. Thank you in advance!

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You should run a server task "Static group synchronization" where you can choose the desired sync mode:

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Thank you for your response. While I appreciate the information you provided, my inquiry encompasses another aspect as well. Specifically, I am seeking clarification on whether it is possible to re-manage devices that have been deleted from the ESET Protect console. Any insights on this matter would be greatly valued.

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As soon as the management agent is installed with a correct configuration and certificates, it will start replicating to the ESET PROTECT server. If no static group was specified, it will appear in the Lost & found group. Using a Static group sync. task the machine will be moved to the appropriate static group.

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