|Guide to the Enterprise Console interface|
|A red warning sign displayed in the Alerts and errors column on the Status tab means that a virus, worm, Trojan, spyware, or suspicious behavior has been detected.|
|A yellow warning sign displayed in the Alerts and
errors column on the Status tab indicates one of
the following problems:
A yellow warning sign displayed in the Policy compliance column indicates that the computer is not using the same policy or policies as other computers in its group.
If there are multiple alerts or errors on a computer, the icon of an alert that has the highest priority will be displayed in the Alerts and errors column. Alert types are listed below in descending order of priority.
If several alerts with the same priority are received from the same computer, the most recent alert will be displayed in the computer list.
A gray feature icon in the feature status column on the Status tab means that the feature is disabled. For example, a gray shield in the On-access column means that on-access scanning is inactive.
A clock icon in the Up to date column means that the security software is out of date.
|A computer sign with a green connector means that the computer is managed by Enterprise Console.|
|A computer sign with a yellow hourglass means that installation of security software is pending.|
|A computer sign with a yellow down arrow means that installation of security software is in progress.|
|A gray computer sign means that the computer is not managed by Enterprise Console.|
|A computer sign with a red cross means that the computer that is usually managed by Enterprise Console is disconnected from the network. (Unmanaged disconnected computers are not shown.)|