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Intepreting Symantec Endpoint Reports

Created: 21 Sep 2012 • Updated: 23 Sep 2012 | 3 comments

I have symantec installed for a client with over 100 workstations, at 6 locations, all in a peer-to-peer enviroment.  I'm looking for a quick way to evaluate machines ages and was hoping to use Symantec's reporting.  It is not useful in this current form.  Is anybody aware of a quick reference guide or list that would aid with this process.

 

for instance, it's a bit of work to look up;

x86 Family 6 Model 23 Stepping 10

 

and I determined this was Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU E3200 @ 2.40GHz, produced about August 2009.  So now I know this computer is about 3 yrs old.

 

Mark Smed, NPA

Network Support Technician

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pete_4u2002's picture

i do not see such co relation in sepm. in sepm clients tab, edit the client properties to know the processor used

.Brian's picture

Have you looked at the Computer Status log under Monitors >> Logs?

That's about all I know to use. Otherwise you could run SQL queries to possibly gather this info.

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Olivier_C's picture

Sepm is ont relly désigned to give thaïs results,
Maybe you should use another software Thatcher Will hèle you to manage your computers.

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Olivier