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1

What happens if none of the policies discovers connected USB devices?

The information about how many endpoints are having connected USB devices will not be available.

2

What happens if a compliance category is not assigned to a compliance policy?

The executive dashboard compliance graph will be empty.

3

Can the same endpoint be marked as compliant by one policy but as non-compliant by the other policy?

Yes. Overall compliance status for this endpoint will be noncompliant.

4

What host properties does the inventory tab help you see?

* all users logged in
* all number of open ports
* types of removable devices
* total applications installed or running
* process running
*Switches and connected hosts
* microsoft vulnerabilities

5

What is the inventory tab is designed for?

The Inventory tab provides instant visibility into certain host properties. Rather than looking at each individual host and its properties in the Home tab, use this page to sort based on detected properties. This allows you to search based upon properties rather than host identity.

6

What searches can be done via the inventory tab?

* users logged in
* open ports
* types of removable devices
* total applications installed or running
* process running
* switches and connected hosts
* microsoft vulnerabilities

7

What is the Assets Portal used for?

The Assets Portal conveniently lists devices and associated properties without having to use the console.
This is particularly useful for help desk personnel who may need to look up known properties for a particular end user in order to resolve an issue.
Use the search fields to quickly retrieve host attributes.

8

What must you do before any information appears in the Executive Dashboard?

It is necessary to categorize and label policies from the NAC policy manager to be included in the Executive Dashboard. You also need to create Organizational Units (OUs).

9

What system requirements does the Executive Dashboard need to run?

Program requirements: Internet Explorer version 6 and higher or Firefox version 2 and higher, Flash 8 or higher and JavaScript

10

What are the components of the Executive Dashboard?

Compliance Trend
Remediation Trend
Real-Time Organizational Unit Compliance
Real-Time Overall Network Compliance
Gauges
Real-Time Asset Coverage

11

What does the Remediation Trend on the Executive Dashboard display?

Display information about the number of remediated events over a given time period for the selected policies, organizational units and time period that you selected.
Remediation occurs when the host status changes from non-compliant to compliant .