ERAC - Unregistered computers - remove non existent

Discussion in 'ESET Server & Remote Administrator' started by utilman, Jan 5, 2012.

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  1. utilman

    utilman Registered Member

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    I would like to remove all computers/servers in this list to get rid of the
    old computers/server who do not excist any more on the network.
    After that scanning will find all excisting so list is clean again..

    Can someone point me to the right direction how to do this?
     
  2. karlisi

    karlisi Registered Member

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    In server options, section Server Maintenance you can specify to automatically delete clients not connected to server for some time.
    Also you can make parametric group for clients not connected to server for some time, i.e., Last Connection IS older than (2 Months) Then you can decide which of them delete manually.
     
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    utilman Registered Member

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    That option is for the servers/pc's not connected but have eset installed.
    What I ment is server/pc's in de remote install tab, and than unregistered computers ON. I do not see an option to delete those.
     
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    If you see some non-existent computers in this list, it's not ERAC problem. This list is made dynamically by scanning your network every time you open it.
     
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    Than it is VERY strange since there are servers en pc's in there
    who are removed months ago. When I try to ping those names I get errors
    so I cannot reach them. Pretty normal since they are not there.
    Seems that my ERA caches these names and I cannot get rid of them.
     
  6. karlisi

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    In filter pane uncheck checkboxes one by one till you find from where these names are. I.e., in Active Directory there can be computers which are physically removed from LAN but not removed from AD.
     
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