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RSD Agents on every system?

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Hello.

So, what would be the potential downside of putting RSD agents on every system (3000+, mulitple subnets, spread out across the country)?  Only one should be on at a time, but I can't kick the thought that this isn't a great idea.

Am I wrong?

Thanks.

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thiago
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Hellow Toddunger,

Ideally (and recommended by McAfee documentation) is that you install 1 sensor for each subnet, but if you feel unsure about whether or not the computer is connected to every moment, you can install 2 or even 3 sensors on each subnet, thus increasing thus the possibility of at least one sensor is connected to at any time.

Thoughtfully.

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bakerrl
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A nightmare to manage.....

thiago
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Hellow Toddunger,

Ideally (and recommended by McAfee documentation) is that you install 1 sensor for each subnet, but if you feel unsure about whether or not the computer is connected to every moment, you can install 2 or even 3 sensors on each subnet, thus increasing thus the possibility of at least one sensor is connected to at any time.

Thoughtfully.