I have an open, ongoing support case with Automox on this already, but would like to put it out there to the community in case others are seeing this behavior as well.
We are testing Automox and have about 240 Linux servers using Automox for patching. These systems are in various groups/policies that have different times. All groups and policies are exactly the same (all created by API’s) other than the name and they date/time - they all patch for Criticals and Highs when the OS is Linux.
Automox identifies that the systems have scheduled patches to apply, but doesn’t actually execute against the systems and ‘skips over’ groups of systems. On some, it does patch them just fine.
Our Automox policies are all set to use UTC time rather than the local system time because our maintenance windows are all defined using Eastern Time - and the servers reside in several different time zones.
Again, I do have an open support case with Automox, but this is a HUGE issue as the main functionality of the product isn’t working properly.
Anyone else have policies set to use UTC?
Anyone else have issues with Automox identifying that a system has “scheduled patches” but then skips over applying them?