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Monitoring only vs Enforced

I have a customer requirement to be able to define some policies as monitor only, and others as enforced. I cannot find a way to accomplish that. 

- The option for monitor only is available only for 4 components in a posture policy. The others do not have this option.

- At any case, the customer require to be able to define per each low level policy if it is monitor only or enforced. 

- I thought I could use 2 different posture policies in the web auth service, and then use the enf rules, but turns out that if you put multiple posture policies in one service, there is only one winning. The other ones are not applied. 

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Re: Monitoring only vs Enforced

What authentication method?

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Re: Monitoring only vs Enforced

Webauth no authentication. 


Just occured to me that if there no simple solution, I can create a state machine. Check an atribute of the endpoint - then after the compliance check will change tha value of this arrtibute to 2. Then change back and so forth.

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