You had scheduled a Patch Scanning, but it failed.


The Firewall running in the Endpoint Central Server might have blocked the data.


Ensure that the Endpoint Central Port (default is 8020) is added to the exceptions list. The steps include:

Goto Start --> Run --> type firewall.cpl --> Goto Exception --> Click on Add Port

Here in the name/port text fields, mention the port name and port numbers as 8020 or your server http port and 8383 or your secure https port respectively.

Applies to: Patch Deployment, Patch Scanning, Schedule Patch Deployment, Patch Installation, Patch Management

Keywords: Schedule Patch Installation, Deploy Patches, Patch Scheduler, Scan Patches, Vulnerability Assessment Scan

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