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Hi,
I have a server running in NAVCE 8.1 and clients on 7.61 using "Managed" settings.

The problem I'm facing is I do not want certain client to use the scheduled administrator scan. I haven't get the chance to try the SSC and the NAV server is not administrated by me but I would like to find out so I can suggest to set a different scheduled scan time.

Is it possible to set in the NAVCE server for individual PC?

THanks
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by:SunBow
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You need to upgrade your system, ensure that your license covers that part of puzzle
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by:shawnk
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Sorry, did not post my question correctly.

Is it possible to set in the NAVCE server not to run the scheduled administrator scan for selected PCs?
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lcottrell earned 500 total points
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Yes, through the SSC, you can add the specific PCs that you don't want to run the scheduled administrator scan on to a "client group" that you create.  You can set specific settings (no scheduled scan, etc.) to the client group, then click & drag the PCs you want into the client group.  They will take the settings for the new group.  I have done this sucessfully with all of my servers, giving them a different scheduled weekly scan time than all other clients.
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Thanks
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