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Here's an odd situation, I feel like these things ONLY happen to me.

Created: 10 Mar 2014 | 9 comments
The Conquistador's picture

2 PC's seem to have the same infected files, one is in Toronto the Other is in Charleston. I am not sure why, but it seems like when one of these PC's has some strange behavior on it that they move outside of their groups. The one in Toronto bounces to the Charleston group and the one in Charleston is deleted from SEPM all together. Any ideas???

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.Brian's picture

Doesn't really make sense nor have I seen this before :)

Do you have location awareness setup so they stay in one location? Or do you mean literally change groups??

All on same SEP version?

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The Conquistador's picture



One PC goes from Toronto to the Charleston group, then the other one is entirely eliminated from SEPM.

Of course it doesn't make sense, it's ME man :-)

No location awareness is enabled.

 

.Brian's picture

Do they have anything in common at all?

Can you re-produce the issue? If so, we can probably enable sylink debugging to see the client/server communication

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The Conquistador's picture

The pacakage I used to install to the Charleston machine apparently is one that I created for Toronto, it put her in the Toronto group, but I moved the PC to the right group. Not sure why it wants to bounce back to Toronto.

.Brian's picture

Replace the sylink file with the one from the Charleston group and see if it forces it to stay put.

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.Brian's picture

yes

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The Conquistador's picture

The machine did it again, I think I am gonna use NPE on it. But NPE is not always the most effective method for dealing with this. The Toronto PC jumped to the Charleston PC

.Brian's picture

very weird

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