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Why 'sessions' do not contain any domain  accounts? Only local admins  are  there.

i checked Advanced>User accounts and same thing - no domain accounts. Where do I set it up to fetch the account info? I looked  everywhere and cannot fix it. Does it have something to do with either of network polls?



EDIT: Above situation is on slave server.
Now I checked on master and I see all accounts. Even accounts of computers that are connected to slave server. This is wrong.


Is it another thing that is not shared between servers?

I have the same problem with executables in exclusions. I have main policy on master server which is inherited by slave. To add an exclusion for workstations on slave I need to edit policy on master but I cannot add exe if it has not been executed on a machine connected to master. So in result I have to install aplication on a test machine connected to master ksc and then I'm able to add it. This is wrong again.

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I have two servers - MASTER holds all policies and VMware machines, and SLAVE is just for workstations/laptops.

On SLAVE when I try to check who's using laptop in 'sessions' under device properties I see only local admin accounts. Advanced>user accounts has local admin accounts only as well.

I noticed on MASTER server in Advanced>user accounts it has ALL the accounts that are logging in to laptops which never connected to MASTER.

I think that data transfer between Slave>master causes lack of user accounts in 'sessions' on slave.

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I figured it out myself.

Thanks to other post 


Please modify your KB https://support.kaspersky.com/9322 stating that DOMAIN and AD POLLING HAS TO BE ENABLED for 'sessions' to work.
I had it turned off on slave not to make mess. Turned it on and voila - 'sessions' are now populated.

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