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Occasional Contributor I

CPPM SCCM integration

Hi,

I have a question if someone could help. Customer want onguard to be integrated with SCCM in a such way that for example if they put some patches in required state on SCCM on 1st of month, client when connecting if they don't have required patch until 15th they will be treated healthy, and patches will be downloaded and installed in background. After 15th if they don't have reqiured patches they will be treated unhealthy and quarantined. Correct me if I'm wrong, if I set grace period in posture policy to fifteen days and client after a while came to office and connect on let say 10th it will be treated healthy till 25th. Or I'm wrong?
Is there a way to achieve scenario that customer want?

Occasional Contributor I

Re: CPPM SCCM integration

what's bugging me, is grace period counted from last login, or onguard have information from sccm client when patches were putted on server, like date, time...

Occasional Contributor I

Re: CPPM SCCM integration

hmm, what I have manage to test, it is counted from last login, what is unclear to me why is there option to have grace period in months, people login every day. It will never be unhealthy.

Occasional Contributor I

Re: CPPM SCCM integration

as usually I was wrong. It is counted from the time onguard detect that patches are missing.

PatchAgent:System Center Configuration Manager Client:LastMissingPatchesDetectionTime

Have to test it little more.

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