This post has multiple questions. I am struggling to get the policy to apply to certain PCs. It appears the policy has applied because it has locked the interface correctly, but i have made some changes to the access protection policy and they have not replicated to certain VSE clients. A server running Windows Server 2008 r2 standard has agent 4.6 and vse 8.8 installed. However the "new" agent systray icon is not available on this machine, while it is on my windows 7 client. The anti-spyware module is not installed on theserver either. I am unable to access the "edit autoupdate repo list"even after unlocking the interface, to confirm that it is pointing to the epo. It just does nothing when i click it.
In the policy catalog when editing the access protection policy there is a drop down that specifies workstation or server. How relevant is that and where does the specific set of policies get assigned to the system tree ? does it automatically detect that it is a server and use the server policies ? I know how to assign the specific policy set to a system tree sub group, but there is no option to specify the workstation or server sub policy set. Is that dropdown irrelevant?
I suspect that the differences in look and feel of the vse client is due to OS compatibility, do you have a list of what is supported on what OS etc
How can i change the autoupdate schedule on the vse clients? I have read the forums and people just say to disable it completely and then set up a new client task to automatically update dat. But i have done this and it appears to be still updating at the default 5pm. Why is there no way to modify the update schedule from the epo on clients, so that the time on the vse client console actually changes to the modified time specified on the epo. Maybe there is a way to do that, can you please tell me or point me in the direction of the correct documentation.