For instance, a machine that was in an old workgroup that is no longer on the network. The old workgroup will remain in Epolicy Lost and Found even though the machine is no longer on the network. I can't just highlight the old workgroup names and hit delete like I should be able to.
Here's just a few happy ... 1) tags/sorting (this is the biggest advantage I find...automation is way easier with tags) 2) java-be-gone 3) web interface 4) dashboard with quick search - the new search feature is great (although I wish the search box was on every page!) 5) customizability of dashboard 6) ease of navigation 7) RSD 2.0 and the customizability of responses - for example, you can now filter on portions of MAC instead of the entire MAC (although there are a couple things about RSD 1.0 that I miss but really like the gui on this as well) 😎 Chained tasks (<< this is a HUGE feature!) 9) Ability to get very granular on tasks/views
...like I said...just a few 🙂
I was concerned at first because it was such a huge difference from ePO 361 but after a few days of use, I'm completely sold.
I did a clean install and built this from scratch and a lot of the reasons for not trying to upgrade was the ability to sort everything and use RSD to populate my tree. I manually added a number of sample clients to figure out my sorting then went to town.
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