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As i can see you are using ePolicy Orchestrator 3.6.1... I advise you to upgrade to 4.0 or 4.5 because ePO 3.6.1 will be end of life at 31. december 2009...
The Rogue System Detection is different in ePO 4.x, so you better start in these version...
We are in process of making the upgrade to 4.0.
Is this a known issue with 3.6 or was that just a generic "upgrade to the latest version and hope it goes away" response. :P
edit: I didn't mean that to sound rude. Just looking for clarification.
The problem which you describe can have many reasons...
Please check the following:
- Is the DNS working properly (reverse dns lookup)?
- Have these clients more than one IP adress assigned?
My note was not just a "upgrade to latest version"...
I have read that you are new to McAfee and the Rogue System Detection in ePO 4.x has been redesigned... So it is may easier to learn...
You could have a case of cloned agents. Check the machine guid numbers and verify they are indeed unique.
As previously mentioned, covered machines still show up as rogues if they have 2 IPS, primary example would be a laptop that connected over wired and wireless. In my experience though they usually show up with the correct computer name.
Printers, routers and other network devices usually show up as IPS though, might explain some of them?
EDIT: Sorrt for dragging up an old post, thought it was this month not last month!