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Why should I move work stations that are located in the Lost & Found (catch-all)?

Why should I move work stations that are located in the Lost & Found (catch-all)? Why not leave them there indefinitely, are they not talking to the agent and could this cause vulnerability risks?

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Re: Why should I move work stations that are located in the Lost & Found (catch-all)?

Technically, there is no reason you can't manage your entire environment from the lost and found, it's just not best practice.  Ideally, you create containers and a folder structure to fit your environment; then you can effectively utilize some of the more advanced features of ePO like tagging, policy assignment rules, and automation without having just a big list of machines to work with. But really, its just personal preference.  

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