Re: No matter how many clients we add the console always says we have 2.
"Andy" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Ah thanks so much, it now sees all 6 of the hosts, although now it says
> that 5 of the hosts have out-of-date policies. I notice that if I run
> gpupdate /force it does appear to change the policy because I change the
> ability for the user to open the 'Forefront client' then I run gpupdate
> /force and it wont open, then i go back in and enable the user to open the
> forefront client and re-run gpupdate /force and it appears to update.
> Any more tips on working with this thing? its very cool i've intentionally
> passed some viruses through Postini to myself to see if it would catch it
> and its caught all of them, if i could work out the kinks i'd be so happy.
> It doesnt seem to be reporting that it has the new policy.
> "Marin Frankovic" <marin@REMOVEfrankovic.net> wrote in message
>> "Andy" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>>> hi there, we have finally gotten Forefront client security and WSUS
>>> running and its all deploying and everything actually seems to be
>>> working with some degree of success.
>>> However, if I go into the 'microsoft forefront client security console'
>>> it shows 2 managed computers but its only actually giving me statistics
>>> about 1 computer which is itself...
>>> we actually have the client software on about 7 PCs at the moment...
>>> any ideas?
>>> Maybe its not updating something in a database somewhere?
>>> when i came in this morning it was scanning on my machine so I have a
>>> feeling its working there is just some disconnect between reporting.
>>> Any ideas?
>> You need to deploy MOM agent to those computers.
>> Marin Frankovic
Firewall settings on the client?