The RSD sensors show every device they can find on the subnets they are on, including pc's, macs, printers, routers, black box devices etc
A lot of these devices are of no use within RSD as they cant take/don't need an agent so you can create exception categories and add these devices to these categories as exceptions they will now no longer fill up RSD as rogues. I use automatic responses based on the detection of a rogue system to move these devices into exceptions.
You can of course also add for instance pc's covered by another AV solution or other stuff like this too
its clearer now.but can you throw more light on this statement you made " I use automatic responses based on the detection of a rogue system to move these devices into exceptions." and how you do it
In epo 4.5...
create a new response
in the event section choose rogue system events rather than epo notification ones
choose rogue system dectected as the type and then next
then add in filters
in OS platform for example you can exempt macintosh,novell,BSD,linux,printer etc etc
We for instance use a certain brand of IP phone so I filter on that organization
you can set response to just set them all as exceptions then add them to groups later from the RSD exceptions list in the interface or create lots of responses
Even i could do that
Tony thanks..you rock!....i did it as you said and it worked