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Status Polling
Software Status Polling

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»Networking and Security
»Server Certificates
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»Identification
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»Hardware Status Polling
Software Status Polling
»Data Collection
»Protocols
»WMI Mapper Proxy
»Manage System Types
»Version Control Repository
»Troubleshooting
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The following example describes how to set up a Software Version Status Polling Task that determines whether managed systems have software that is out of date. This task uses the All Servers list as the default list.

One instance of this task is created by default when HP Systems Insight Manager is installed. It runs on a weekly basis. Create this task only if it has been deleted.

To create a Software Status Polling Task:

  1. Select OptionsStatus PollingSoftware Status Polling.

  2. Select a target systems from the All Systems list. The default selected is All Systems. Refer to Using Tasks - Creating a Task for more information.

  3. Click [Schedule] to schedule the task, or click [Run Now] to run the task immediately. Refer to Using Tasks - Scheduling a Task for more information on scheduling the task.

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