11-17-2016 01:58 AM
Onguard agent checks the health every 4 hours. We have an issue with one Windows 7 desktop that's accessed via remote desktop only. The periodic checks are not executed when nobody is logged in causing the desktop to enter a quarantine state with very limited network services.
Is installing Onguard as a service a solution? If so, this is a global setting and I want to know if it will affect others already installed as agent.
Note: I've enabled the global setting 'Enable access over remote desktop session' but it's no solution because RDP is not allowed in quarantine state.
11-17-2016 06:45 AM
What is the policy cache timeout set to for the posture token (Healthy , Quarantine , etc..) ? This is under Cluster-Wide Parameters
If you are running 6.6.x you can run Onguard as a service.
Under Onguard global agent settings set Run as “Service” but it only works on with a Health only service.
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11-17-2016 06:51 AM
We're running 6.6.1 in health only so we can run as a service, but will that global setting impact other onguard clients which are all installed as agent? I'm willing to test this but others may nog be affected.
Policy Cache Timeout is 250 min.
Healthy onguard session timeout is 225 min.