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What does SHV check mean in posture policy rules?
Q:

What does SHV check mean in posture policy rules?

We have configured the following conditions in Posture Policy Rules:

 

As per the rule number "2" in the above configuration, a client passing one or more health check should be assigned with an health token of TRANSITION. But in the following example, the client fails  Registry Key but passes AntiVirus health status, is assigned with UNKNOWN posture token. We expect it to be TRANSITION.

 



A:

SHV means  System Health Validatior(plugins) as highlighted below and not the individual health classes like AntiVirus or Registry Key within in a single plugin. 

 

 

For example : Pass all SHV checks represents that a client should pass all the health classes in the below selected plugins.

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