This looks normal to me - it looks like a server with multiple network cards, being detected at different times.
Thanks for your reply Joe
I don't have a machine with 8 interface cards.
And that would mean that I have 80% of all of my machines with 8 interface cards.
Plus the MAC address would not be the same for all interfaces.
The print screen is just an example. If i roll down the page I get more and more.
I have about 3000 computer in my network but it shows 25336 managed devices.
What is the role of these machines that are being duplicated?
Are they terminal servers, VM hosts or virtual machines themselves?
Are there multiple instances of the machines in your ePO system tree (don't forget to check Lost&Found)?
Are these machines located at the other end of a WAN, VPN, VLAN or routed subnet?
Basically is there anything 'special' about these machines you can think of.
Thanks for the reply Tristan!
No, there's nothing special at all about those machine.
Also, the problem started about 1 month ago. Everything was normal before then...
Oops, my mistake - I misread the machine names
Can I ask exactly which version of ePO you are using, and do you have any subnets marked as Ignored?
I'm using ePO 4.6.0 (Build 1029)
And yes, I do have one ignored subnet.
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Ah, that makes sense. This is a known issue that was fixed in Patch 1 - upgrading to the latest version should solve this.
Thank you very much Joe!
I'm going to try the fix next weekend!
Never got the issue solved with any patches.
I removed the RSD extension and re-installed it.
Everything is fine now.