Lifespan of CSA hosts in "Hosts" table when off-network?
It's my understanding that if a workstation with CSA has been off-network, which is to say it hasn't called home to the Management Center for a period of time, the MC will eventually delete it from the "Hosts" list. Is this correct? Can anyone tell me the time period involved?
Long story short, in our company, each laptop is assigned an RSA token and has CSA installed. I can prove through obvious mechanisms I have 'X' number of tokens, but my CSAMC only has about 90% of that 'X'. I know I have travelling sales/roadwarriors that leave the network and don't come home for upwards to 6 months some times.
I was wondering if anyone could help me identify how long a device remains in the "Host" table when it has been away from the Management Center. Thanks in advance.
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