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Cleanup Interval - Meaning of "last seen"

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  • 1.  Cleanup Interval - Meaning of "last seen"

    Posted Apr 05, 2022 07:11 AM

    Hi everybody,

    I noticed that in 6.10 the behavior of Cleanup Interval settings configured in "Administration > Server Manager > Server Configuration > Cluster-Wide Parameters" were changed to:
    Could somebody explain what exactly is the meaning of "last seen"?

    Thanks in advance!



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    Jonatan Sitter
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  • 2.  RE: Cleanup Interval - Meaning of "last seen"

    MVP
    Posted Apr 26, 2022 10:19 AM
    This is a guess, but I believe it would be either last authentication, last profiling, or last scan if doing network discovery scanning. I would assume it would be tied to the "last profiled at" timestamp. I checked a few devices that I had seen today and the timestamp is from today.

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    Michael Haring
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  • 3.  RE: Cleanup Interval - Meaning of "last seen"

    EMPLOYEE
    Posted May 04, 2022 09:07 AM
    From what I found it seems to be 'all of the above' and more. The Last Seen is supposed to be updated by the following events of an endpoint:
    Endpoint is added or updated using UI/API/import
    After any policy evaluation completes for an endpoint (Authentication)
    During post auth entity update
    Onguard, MDM, Guest Onboarding and Social login updates

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