I have created a Policy with most settings and procedures
which should be assigned to the machines, but when assigning the policy to a
group of machines it always shows that the machines is out of compliance. It
shows that all settings are in compliance except the agent procedures. How do I
fix this? Is the policy not supposed to schedule the correct procedures on the
I have tried reapplying and reprocessing the policy, but
still some machines remain out of compliance.
Does anyone else have this problem and possibly a solution?
have you found a fix for this? I'm having the same issues.
I'm having the same problem. It's been a long time and there have been no answers provided on this. I've gone so far as to cancel every procedure scheduled to run on a machine to see if the policy would apply (or reapply) them. This doesn't happen and my policy shows out of compliance due to agent procedure.
Can anyone help?
I've the same issue on Policy Object Type "Checkin". Don't know why, no log at all. How we can debug why it is out of compliance?
added a ticket: CS091101
Same issue here with checkin, allegedly fixed today via hotfix (I got a lot of hotfixes today for KPLM but haven't had a chance to verify that the issue is/is not corrected yet). I had a Kaseya ticket open for this and they told me today that it had been fixed with a hotfix, at least for checkin compliance.
Just checked our hotfix history. But no policy-checkin related fixes here applied. Hmmmmm ... waiting :-)
You have to scroll down to the bottom to see Policy hotfixes...