Dynamic Group template - examples

The sample Dynamic Group templates and examples of their use in this guide demonstrate some of the ways you can use Dynamic Groups to manage your network:

Dynamic Group that detects if a security product is installed

Dynamic Group that detects if a specific version of a software is installed

Dynamic Group that detects if a specific version of software is not installed

Dynamic Group that detects if a specific version of software is not installed but another version exists

Dynamic Group that detects if a computer is in a specific subnet

Dynamic Group that detects installed but not activated versions of server security products

Automatically deploy ESET products on newly connected Windows desktops

Enforce location-based policy

 

See also our Knowledgebase articles with examples of Dynamic Group templates and their use:

Useful Dynamic Group template examples in ESET Security Management Center 7 - examples how you can use HW Inventory details to create rules for a Dynamic Group containing the devices that meet the selected HW criteria.

Dynamic Group that detects computers with ESET Management Agent and without ESET security product

Configure ESET Security Management Center to automatically deploy ESET endpoint products to unprotected computers (7.x)

Configure endpoints to use different update settings depending on the network they are connected to using ESET Security Management Center (7.x)

Create a new certificate for new workstations to automatically join a Dynamic Group in ESET Security Management Center (7.x)

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There are many other objectives that can be achieved using Dynamic Groups Templates with a combination of rules. The possibilities are almost endless.