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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.

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.