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Contributor I

Onguard Tokens

Hi,

 

Right now we configured 2 tokens for the posture policy, Healthy and Quarentine. Healthy moves the machine to the corporate network (10.23.0.0) , Quarentine moves it to a limited network (10.30.0.0).  In addition to those 2, I also want to use the Infected token to move the infected machine to blocked network (No network at all). 

 

Is it possible to use more than 2 tokens at the same posture policy or should i create a dedicated policy only for the infected token.

 

Help needed.

 

Thank you.

Shmulik Mazor

Re: Onguard Tokens

You would need to add a new posture policy then add the new policy to your health check service and the appropriate enforcement. Clients can only have one posture I believe.

Cheers
James
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Contributor I

Re: Onguard Tokens

We already did that. We created a new posture policy with the healthy and infected tokens and put it in the web auth service with the healthy and quarentine posture policy and it's not working.

 

 

Guru Elite

Re: Onguard Tokens

Posture tokens are assigned as a result of posture policy evaluation. Did you map it in the rules of the posture policy?

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