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Check Symantec SEPM Health Status

Here are some notes I kept for checking SEPM server's health status.


Symantec Reporting

Symantec Reporting : https://xxxx:8445/Reporting/login/login.php


Symantec Report




Server Health notification

Scheduling a Server Health notification or running a Server Health Report on the SEPM can be useful in identifying underlying issues. This Site Status Report can swiftly identify if the server is affected by persistent or intermittent underlying resource issues. (For example, insufficient hard drive space or RAM.)

The SEPM can be configured to raise an alert when server health becomes poor.
  1. In the SEPM console,Click on Monitors
  2. Select Notifications
  3. Click Add
  4. Select Server Health
  5. Enter a notification name
  6. Select the Damper value (how often alerts should be raised)
  7. Configure what action should be taken when server health becomes poor.
  8. Click OK

Also you can check notification conditions for those configured notifications.

Symantec System health notification



Site Status Report

To run a Site Status Report one time:
 

  1. In the SEPM console, click on Reports.
  2. In Quick Reports, choose Report Type: System
  3. Select Site Status.
  4. Click Create Report.
Site Status Report

To run a Site Status Report on a schedule:
 

  1. In the SEPM console, click on Reports.
  2. In Scheduled Reports, click Add
  3. Type a name for the report and description, if desired.
  4. Choose Report Type: System
  5. Select Site Status.
  6. Schedule how often a check of server status should be run
  7. Enter an email address that the reports should automatically be mailed to, if desired
  8. Click OK


Test communication from SEP client to SEPM

http://xxxx/secars/secars.dll?hello,secars

Symantec SEP Client Communication Verification to SEPM

note: https://knowledge.broadcom.com/external/article?legacyId=TECH102682



References

  1. How to test communication from an Endpoint Protection client to the Manager
  2. Monitoring Server Health on Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager












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