forwarding of events has nothing to do with asci. it runs on its own schedule which is controlled from the events tab shown below. Do not change the default settings below. This allows more critical events such as a virus to be sent up immediately regardless of when the next asci is. it also has built in throttling to control an event saturation scenario. Its not something i would worry about, the agent does a great job of throttling events even in the case where a machine has generated thousands of events in a short period of time. This can happen but rarely.
Thankyou for response. So, on a regular ASCI events are not uploaded? As far as i knew they were, in which case, events that were 'throttled' and not uploaded using the 'priority event forwarding' feature, would then be sent instead at the next ASCI?
sorry, to be clear, normal events such an update succeeded are sent during the asci. but priority events that are considered more important are sent on the schedule that is dictated on the picture i included. Obviously these events are considered more urgent than "normal" events so they are sent as needed.