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Monitoring client definition updates

Created: 10 Oct 2012 • Updated: 17 Oct 2012 | 7 comments
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Hello,  Is there anyway to monitor which clients are downloading definition updates in real-time from the central endpoint server ?

thanks in advance!

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Sumit G's picture

There is one freeware tool for Net flow which show you the usage of data in exact format

http://www.solarwinds.com/netflow-traffic-analyzer...

http://www.paessler.com/netflow_monitoring

 

I have use this application when i have created the GUP and this s/w clearly show that how many client getting update through GUP and how many from direct SEPM Server.

Try this tool.

Regards

Sumit G.

_Brian's picture

You could run Wireshark on the SEPM.

To see delta updates, set this display filter:

frame matches "\.[Dd][Aa][Xx]" && tcp.port==8014

To see full updates, set this display filter:

(frame matches "(?i)full.zip" ) && (tcp.srcport == 8014)

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docsenc's picture

The Wireshark option seems to work fine.

thanks for all your help.

 

_Brian's picture

Thanks, please mark it as solution if that worked.

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Prem Yadav's picture

 

You can check the same in ISS LOG under "C:\WINDOWS\system32\LogFiles" Here you will get date ,time & size of the content.

Below are the Step to enable the logging.

In the IIS manager, expand Web Sites and expand the Symantec Web Server

  1. Right-click Content and select Properties
  2. Check the box for Log Visits, Click Apply and OK
  3. Right-Click Secars and select Properties
  4. Check the box for Log Visits, Click Apply and OK
  5. Right-Click on the Symantec Web Server and select Properties.
  6. Ensure "Enable Logging" is checked and click on the Properties button
  7. Make a note to yourself as to the Log file directory so you can find the logs later.
  8. Click on OK
  9. Click on Apply and then OK.
  10. Exit the IIS Manager
Sumit G's picture

Amrk the comment as a solution which help in your issue.

Regards

Sumit G.