You'll want to verify on the client that VirusScan for Mac is up-to-date. Launch the VirusScan for Mac Console, and look at the Update tab and / or About and you should see the engine / DAT version. If the version is blank or missing, kick off an update from the VSMac console.
The initial update process post-deployment, can take several minutes and this could possibly lead to why the information isn't being reflected in ePO.
Thank you tomz, I did update the Virus Scan by using the Update Tab once I first got it installed on the MAC. I did verify it shows the DAT and Engine are up to date right off the back.
Nothing was missing or blank at that time.
Its been about 2 hours now and it still isn't reporting to ePO. Someone on another forum said something about I could be missing reporting tools but I'm not sure what he meant by it and he hasn't responded back. Are there any plugins or add-ons either the MAC or EPO server need to allow to communicate properly between MAC and the EPO Server?
You should have four total extensions checked in.
- Anti-Malware Reports
I don't have my ePO console handy, but everything but help should either appear in the Extensions list as being under the Endpoint Protection for Mac or VirusScan for Mac category.
I see what your saying, give me a few and I'll test it out.
This is now corrected. Thank you.