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Need help on --Showtask command

In one of the Linux machine where ENS for Linux is installed (10.5.4 version), when i execute the  --show task command the result says no Schedule exists, Could someone please help in understanding what this means? 


[root@XXXXXXXXX bin]# for i in {1..3}; do echo -e "Index: $i \c" ; /opt/isec/ens/threatprevention/bin/isecav --showtask --index $i | grep ^Schedule ; done
Index: 1 Schedule                             :  Not defined
Index: 2 Schedule                             :  Not defined
Index: 3 Schedule                             :  Not defined
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Re: Need help on --Showtask command

@User87791215 Please try with the below command to list tasks associated with the product.

/opt/isec/ens/threatprevention/isecav --listtask

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