If you have scan results for this host in multiple Repositories you may have set up your remediation scan to dump its results into one Import Repository but you're reviewing the results from another.
I'd suggest filtering on the IP in the Vuln Analysis interface and use the IP Summary Tool to check which Repo's it pops up in.
If you're not seeing a Repo column click the Options button and tweak the View Settings to include it.
While you're there make sure you're viewing the Cumulative Results.
...if "Switch to Cumulative" is a choice then you're probably just viewing the results from an individual scan.
Indeed you did. Sorry I missed that.
One thing I've noticed that can cause some inconsistencies is if you've changed the Reporting Level in the Scan Policy you're using from the default (Normal) to something that reports more false positives like Paranoid.
I'm pretty sure that the Remediation Scans launched from the Vuln Analysis interface (via the Vuln Summary Detail tool) use the default Reporting Level (normal) so they'd clear Plugins that a more "paranoid" scan policy would hold on to.
Thank you for your hint. I compared all the Scan-Policies, and all are working in normal mode (and the two Point under this are disabled).
Until now this works very fine, the Vulnerability view had the same content like reality and how I want it.
It seems to affect only a Special Group of windows-Server (asset Group).
Because of this i think in an other way. i think the scan before 2 weeks on this asset Group had a Problem and produced crap. This could happen and ist not a Katastrophe.
But now I want to clean this vulnerabilities. And I could not use the remediation scan from the Vulnerabilitiy summary (one scan on all effected hostst).
i have to perform ONE Remediation scan AT every HOST individually.
Today I created about 150 individual remediation Scans, and this works (the patched vulnerabilities dissapears).
Now I have a right arm like Popeye
My question at the beginning was:
how are the two types of remediation scans distinguished by their working way. There must be a difference.