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IAG and Enpoint policy
Hi,

I have a Endpoint Policy for Access to my IAG server looking for A-virus, FW and Vista OS.
If the client check fails, I get an error but I dont know on which component the client fails on.
I would like IAG to tell me why I m not compliant, is it possible?

Thanks -Marten
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Old 02-27-2008
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Re: IAG and Enpoint policy
Hi Marten. You can check that in the Web Monitor application. If you take a
look at the sessions you can see the status of all the variables that the
detection script collects.

Hope this helps

// Raúl

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> Hi,
>
> I have a Endpoint Policy for Access to my IAG server looking for
> A-virus, FW and Vista OS.
> If the client check fails, I get an error but I dont know on which
> component the client fails on.
> I would like IAG to tell me why I m not compliant, is it possible?
>
> Thanks -Marten
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Hi Raul,

Thanks for your answer!

Is it possible to show on the client connecting what component that is failing?
Now the client gets a error message telling the client, your not compliant but he dont know if itīs on the AV, FW or OS he is failing?

Regards /Marten
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Old 03-03-2008
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Re: IAG and Enpoint policy
Hi Marten. I see, my previous message was not useful for that :]

What you need is something like including variables in the error message to
the user but I don't know how to do that (to be true, I do not know whether
it is possible). You could compose a message stating all the requisites and
rely on the user's ability to guess what is failing.

I am sorry that I am not very helpful

Regards

// Raul

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> Hi Raul,
>
> Thanks for your answer!
>
> Is it possible to show on the client connecting what component that is
> failing?
> Now the client gets a error message telling the client, your not
> compliant but he dont know if itīs on the AV, FW or OS he is failing?
>
> Regards /Marten
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