When client machines are moved from one organizational unit (OU) to another in the domain controller and performed an active directory (AD) sync on the OSCE server, the client/agent remains on the same group on the OSCE client/agent management list.
Currently, sorting (Sort Client) and grouping (Group Client) doesn't work real-time. If an AD computer information was changed, that change is reported after restarting or unloading/reloading the client.
If the OSCE server is aware that the change of the AD information is in real-time:
- The domain controller (DC) should notify the OSCE server if the AD information has been changed.
Currently, there is no similar function in the DC.
- The OSCE server needs to schedule pooling and synchronization of the whole AD structure. This will make the DC very busy.
This is not a bug. Sorting and Grouping can work but because of the design, not in real-time.