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Create a inactive agent cleanup with a delete action. Make sure the inactive agent query is defined as in what you consider 'inactive'. 10 days, 30 days, 60 days, etc. Then run it to delete/move. I'd do delete. If they are real machines, when they turn back on, they should check themselves back in.
Thanks for the advice mcafeenewb09,
I've been spending the past few days trying to figure out how to create the query to generate the inactive agent listing. I dont seem to be able to select the field "last update" as one of the selection criteria's for the query.
Should be already in your query list. It's a default query, I think. I know when i checked yesterday, I saw it there. If you don't have it, I'll post it here.
Will to take you up on your offer mcafeenewb09, thanks.
Within the automated job settings, the query is blank. I think the previous administrator may have deleted it. Cant say for sure why there is no query defined there.
Can't figure out how to attach the XML to the forum, so I will email it to you. Got an email address?
Yes I do, you can email me at iceheadz @ yahoo . com .