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Visualize SEPM load balancing

Created: 07 May 2013 • Updated: 07 May 2013 | 5 comments
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We have load balancing/failover configured for across two SEPM servers.  We are decomissioning one of them and before doing so I've modified our server management list so all the clients will move over onto the one which will continue to stay live.  What I want to know is whether there is a way to visualize or at least get a count of how many clients are spread across the two SEPM servers so I know that the updated server management list is working correctly.  I remember seeing this before but for the life of me I don't remember how I got it.

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_Brian's picture

The easiest way I can find is to go to the Monitors page and run the log for Computer Status and export to CSV than import into Excel. Filter on the "Server name" column and you should get an accurate count.

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Sadish Marasinghe's picture

Awesome ... thank you.  I distinctly remember being able to see a horizontal bar graph showing the number of clients being managed by each server.  Maybe it was something that was in SEPM 11 which was taken out of SEPM 12.  Also it appears as if my new management server list is working.  All clients have been moved over onto the second server.

_Brian's picture

Yes, this was there in 11.x, seems to be gone in 12.1

Rafeeq's picture

SEPM

Monitors

Logs

Computer status

click on advanced link ( blue one at the bottom)

under server , select your sever

export the repors.

TORB's picture

Go to Reports | Select Computers| Symantec Endpoint Protection Versions.
One of the graphs in that report will show where the clients connect.

Better than exporting ;)

 

Regards

Torb