Security Controls

Determining Which Machines Have Security Controls Agent

You can use Machine View to easily determine which machines in your network have Security Controls Agent installed.

1.Select View > Machines to view a list of all machines that have been scanned at least once by the program.

If you want to make sure you get a list of all machines in your network, perform a scan of all machines in your network before going to Machine View.

2.In the top pane, select either the Windows patch & Application Control tab or the Linux patch tab.

3.In the heading row, click the Agent State column heading.

This will sort the table, grouping together all machines that have Security Controls Agent installed and placing that group at the top of the table. Click the icon a second time to move to the top of the table the group of machines without Security Controls Agent installed.

There are four possible states:

= Security Controls Agent is active on the machine

= Security Controls Agent is not active on the machine (meaning the service is either stopped or not installed on the machine)

= an agent error has occurred

= the agent has been removed

4.To sort the list by policy name, click the Assigned Agent Policy column heading.

TIP: Another option in Machine View is to select Has an Agent Policy in the Smart Filters box. Only machines with Security Controls Agent installed will be displayed.

 

 


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