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Have yet to find this... not sure it exists
you could rewrite this sample SQL query for duplicate guid with system name instead
https://knowledge.mcafee.com/SupportSite/search.do?cmd=displayKC&docType=kc&exte rnalId=614241&sliceId=SAL_Public&dialogID=31858661&stateId=1 0 31852508
Thanks for the info, but...not being an SQL guy, I can't translate that into Query Builder statements. And since I'm not a DB admin, the database is on a remote server that I can't get access to directly, so I can't use OSQL or Query Analyzer either.
Seems very dumb that 3.6.1 would have this function built-in, but 4.0 wouldn't.
sorry my bad
its an epo report called
EPO: duplicate systems
lol cant believe I just wandered right past that
Where is that? I'm looking under the Reporting function, but I don't see it in any of the tabs.
I only have 3 ePO default queries: Compliance Summary, Distributed Repository Status, and Malware Detection History...
log in as the admin user (or get your EPO administrator) you will see dozens (I'm almost @ 100) of non public reports, make it public and you will be able to see it under your user
Oh, oh...I am logged in as the Admin user (Global Administrator)...only 3 default queries. Something is screwed up here.
Is there any way I can Import these other queries from some accessible website?
are you logged in as A global administrator or THE global administrator?
I was logged in as A Global Admin, not THE Global Admin. Seems like one Global Admin should be the same as another...
Anyway, thanks, that makes me feel much better about my installation; I was beginning to question it's validity.
I can see that EPO: duplicate systems query now, along with many other great queries.