On the Servers page you can view and manage your protected servers.

The sections below tell you about the servers list and also how to:

  • Add a server.
  • View full details of a server and manage it.
  • Export the list.

About the servers list

The servers list shows you the current servers with these details:

  • Name.
  • IP. Hover over the icon to see details of all IPv4 and IPv6 addresses.
  • OS. "Sophos Security VM" indicates a host where Sophos protects the guest VMs.
  • Last Active. This is the last time that the server contacted Sophos. The timestamp is refreshed only once an hour on average.
  • Group. The group that the server belongs to (if it belongs to one).
  • Lockdown status. This shows whether Sophos Lockdown has been installed to prevent unauthorized changes on the server:
    • "Locked Down" shows that Sophos Lockdown has been installed.
    • "Not installed" shows that Sophos Lockdown is not installed. Click Lock Down to install it and lock the server.

To search for a server, enter the name in the search field above the list.

To display different types of server, or servers with a specific health status, use the filters above the list.

For example, the Sophos Security VMs filter displays instances of Sophos Security VM on a hypervisor.

Add a server

To add a server (that is to protect and manage a server, so that it appears in the list), click Add Server in the upper right of the page.

This takes you to the Protect Devices page, where you can download the installers you need to protect your servers. For help with the server installers, see Server Protection.

View full details of a server

For details of a server, click on its entry in the list to open the server details. You can then view full details of the server, and also update, scan, lock, unlock or delete it.

Export to CSV

To export a list of servers:

Click on Export to CSV.

This creates a file called servers.csv. Any currently active filters are applied to the list.

For example you can export a list of Windows servers with a bad health status by applying the Windows servers and Servers with a bad status filters before clicking Export to CSV.