About Host Integrity remediation
|Article:HOWTO55523|||||Created: 2011-06-30|||||Updated: 2011-11-17|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO55523|
If the client Host Integrity check shows that the Host Integrity requirements are not met, the client can try to restore the necessary files to meet the requirements The client computer then needs to pass the Host Integrity check. The client downloads, installs files, or runs required applications. When you set up Host Integrity Policies, you can specify what happens during the remediation process. You can specify not only where the client goes to download remediation files but also how the remediation process is implemented.
You can allow the user to cancel software being downloaded. You can also set the number of times the user can postpone a download and for how long. The settings apply to all types of requirements in the policy except those on which you have disabled remediation cancellation. Users can cancel predefined requirements only.
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