According to this Sophos Knowledgebase article there is a file that Sophos creates that tells it a reboot is required. Product: Sophos Remote Management System -- Error 1722.There is a problem with this Windows Installer package.Designed to integrate with the Sophos Enterprise Manager suite, Remote Update lets IT managers perform hassle-free updates of the latest anti-virus protection on all their remote computers, such as laptops and desktops outside the network.Historically, network administrators have had difficulty ensuring the security of remote computers used by employees, leaving the corporate network vulnerable to infection.The Sophos update log displays the text ERROR: The computer must be restarted.Even following a reboot this error is still provided.
No more headaches for network administrators responsible for remote work-force Sophos Anti-Virus, a world leader in corporate anti-virus protection, today announced Remote Update, a new application that easily updates remote computers with the latest virus protection and upgrades of Sophos Anti-Virus software.Provides the event messages as written to the Application event log of the machine.The Remote Management System (RMS), is the component of Endpoint Security and Control that processes communications between the management server (usually installed with Enterprise Console) and the endpoint computers.A program run as part of the setup did not finish as expected. Action Run Client MRInit For Upgrade, location: C:\Program Files\Sophos\Remote Management System\Client MRInit.exe, command: -update -logpath "C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\" -filepath "C:\Program Files\Sophos\Remote Management System\" For more information, see Help and Support Center at Mgnt is the executable of the service 'Sophos Management Service'. As with the other RMS log files (covered later) this one cycles after 4 logs are created.It ensures that employees working from home or on the road are able to remotely access a central installation directory on their company’s website or network via the internet, their wide area networks (WANs) or their local area networks (LANs).