Hi oldskoolskater, the detected systems is the section where Rogue Sensor puts discovered computers on the net (not on AD). There may appear old computers that no longer exist so the easiest thing to do is deleting computers appearing there and if a RSD is still working then it will refill the list with new discovered computers.
Of course computers will still appear there if they have no mcafee agent or a mcafee agent not managed by your epo (or even if they haven't contacted epo for X days)
Thanks for the clarification Laszlo G - much appreciated
There are a LOT of systems in the inactive list where the last detected time is way back in 2011, so presuambly this would include systems with no agent as well as systems that have agents installed but unreachable?
Loks like it may be best for me to do the manual remove, though I'd hoped that the AD synch would have removed anything not currently present in AD thus saving me the hassle.
In fact AD sync and RSD detections are very different things and that's why you don't see an integration between.
RSD has a largest use than the one we usually do on ePO, discovering network devices is just the first step it does