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I think it's a DNS problem. I had the same.
but i can ping the hosts using FQDN with no problem from the EPO server
FQDN you said - what about hostname?
Hi, thank you for the response.
as stated: hosts are in other subnets w/out WINS, so i can reach them only with FQDN.
This shouldn't be a problem for EPO, since is made to manage lots and lots of subnets, right?
@ this point the question is: why is EPO using hostnames instead of FQDNs to connect to clients 4 pushing the agent?
could it be Changed/setted up in some way?
I have the same problem with ePO 4.0.
zekkier - this does not let to made progress - describe what did U do to check what's going on...
How DNS is assinged - via DHCP or manually?
Are you using WINS? how assinged?
i stated that i don't use WINS.
DNS is, for each subnet (remote offices) the DC Server/s as normal.
DNS in the main subnet are assigned statically to the EPO server and are the DCs.
i have a trust with each remote domain working OK.
Thanks again for your help.
I didn't discribe to not interfere with the original post.
DHCP is enabled and I'm not using WINS.
Clients are reachable with their FQDN from the ePO server due to our DNS architecture.
We must had the DNS suffixes in the NIC properties to ping computers with their hostname.
So, I think that ePO don't use FQDN to deploy agents as configured.