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Events and Devices

Viewing Events

Events captured from the devices are categorized and displayed in this module. This will

display a real-time status of security and eScan update on all the devices.

Event Status

Events are categorized into three types based on their severity.

Recent: It displays both critical and information events that occurred recently on devices.

Critical: It displays all critical events that occurred on devices, such as virus detection, protection disabled status etc.

Information: It displays all informative type of events, such as virus signature database update and status of the device.

Device Selection

The Device Selection tab enables you to select and save the device status settings.

This module enables you to do the following activities:

Define Criteria for Filtering of Device Status on the basis of following-

  • Device with the “Critical Status”
  • Device with the “Warning Status”
  • Database are Outdated
  • Many Viruses Detected
  • Not Connected for a long time
  • Not Scanned for a long time
  • Protection off

Application/Hardware Changes

Capture events on the basis of Application Changes, Hardware Changes or Existing Device Info.

It has following sections:

Application Changes: It displays the list of managed devices on which application related changes are made. For example, installation/uninstallation of applications.

Hardware Changes: It displays the list of managed devices on which hardware related changes are made.

Existing Device Info: It displays the existing device’s information.

Events and Devices settings

Click the Settings icon present below the top right corner to define settings for Events and Devices. There are following tabs in Events and Devices Settings:

Event Status

Device Selection

Application/Hardware Changes

Event Status

Select an event from the drop-down and enter the number of records you want to see.

Device Selection:

The following actions can be performed by selecting this tab.

Device Status

The Device Status drop-down consists following options:

• Devices with the "Critical Status"

• Devices with the "Warning Status"

• Database are Outdated

• Many Viruses Detected

• Not Connected for a long time

• Not Scanned for a long time

• Protection off

Check for Monitor Status

Select this check box to generate events related to eScan Monitor Protection.

Check for Not Scanned

Select this check box to view the list of devices which are not scanned.

Check for Database Not Updated

Select this check box to view the list of devices on which virus signature database is not updated.

Check for Not Connected

Select this check box to view the list of devices that are not connected with the eScan server.

Database Not Updated from more than

All the devices that are not updated from more than the specified days will be added to the report.

Device Not Scanned for more than

All the devices that are not scanned for more than specified days will be added to the report.

Device Not Connected for more than

All the devices that are not connected to the eScan server for more than the specified days will be added to the report.

Number of Records

Enter the count and the number of records will be displayed.

Application/Hardware changes: The following actions can be performed with this tab.

Application/Hardware Changes

Select from the drop-down to generate events related to Application changes, Hardware changes and Existing Device Info.

Number of Days

Enter the number of days, to view changes made within the specified days.

For example, if you have typed 2 days, then you can view the list of devices on which any software/hardware changes have been made in the last 2 days.

Number of Records

Enter the number of records to be displayed in the list.


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