Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager is showing over deployment of clients
Last Updated May 24, 2016
The Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager (SEPM) shows over deployment of clients
In the licensing field it says "Attention Needed", and if clicked, it will show that the SEPM is over deployed with "x" number of clients.
Overployment errors can also be seen in the scm-server-0.log:
<timestamp>.THREAD 150 WARNING: EELicenseHelper.getOverdeploymentClientCount(). Deployed count for SEP = 5014
<timestamp>.THREAD 150 WARNING: EELicenseHelper.getOverdeploymentClientCount().Total licenses seats for SEP = 5000
<timestamp>.THREAD 150 WARNING: Overdeployment count for SEP = 14
Clients have been removed from the network without first uninstalling the Symantec Endpoint Protection (SEP) client and are still showing as using a license seat.
The following procedure will cause the SEPM to remove clients from its database that have not checked in within the past 24 hours, and thereby reclaim these license seats. If the number of installed clients is more than the license seat count then this will not resolve the issue. In that case more seats would need to be purchased.
For SEPM 12.1 RU1 (12.1.1000.157) and newer:1. In the SEPM go to Admin > Domains 2. Select Domain and under Tasks "Edit Domain Properties" 3. Under the General tab, change the option "Delete clients that have not connected for" to 1 day then click OK 4. Under the General tab, change the option, “Delete non-persistent VDI clients that have not connected for” to 1 day then click OK 5. Go to Admin > Servers 6. Right-click on the database server\instance name below Local Site and click "Truncate transaction log now" Note: For Embedded database, the name will be localhost below Local Site. 7. Right-click on the database server\instance name below Local Site and click "Rebuild indexes now" 8. After both commands have completed, wait a minimum of 24 hours for licenses to free up.
Imported Document ID: TECH168121
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