Endpoint compliance is a feature set used to ensure that hosts connecting to your network comply with network usage requirements. The cornerstone of endpoint compliance are endpoint compliance policies. Use these policies to establish the parameters for security that will be enforced when hosts connect to the network. If you do not create policies, when hosts connect to the network and users enter their credentials, they will be automatically registered without a policy being applied. See Endpoint compliance policies.
Endpoint compliance can also use an agent on the host to ensure that compliance with established policies is maintained. The Dissolvable Agent is downloaded during registration and is removed when the host is registered. The Persistent Agent remains on the host. Mobile Agent for Android devices are installed on and remain installed on mobile devices. The Passive Agent is not installed, but is served as the user logs onto the network and does a scan in the background.
Access an endpoint compliance options from the Policy menu.
Endpoint compliance policies contain scans used to evaluate hosts and ensure that each host complies with your configured list of acceptable operating systems and anti-virus software. For a list of supported operating systems and anti-virus software, use the Customer Portal on our web site.