Adding application detection to a monitor policy

Article:HOWTO63991  |  Created: 2011-12-20  |  Updated: 2011-12-20  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO63991
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Adding application detection to a monitor policy

Application detection searches a monitored computer to determine if specific applications are installed. When a monitor policy runs the application detection methods, the computers that the policy applies to are searched to determine if specific applications are installed. Monitor Solution can then start or stop monitoring those applications.

See About application detection.

To add detection to a monitor policy

  1. Create or edit an agent-based monitor policy.

    To create a monitor policy

    See Creating a monitor policy with the monitor policy wizard.

    To edit an agent-based monitor policy

    See Editing agent-based monitor policies.

  2. On the Detection tab, click the New symbol to add a detection item.

  3. Select an application detection type.

    See Application detection types.

  4. If this application detection method is the first for the policy, provide the required information in the dialog box, and click OK. If this application detection is an additional method, specify an operator for the detection method, provide the required information in the dialog box, and click OK.

    See How operators work in application detection.

    If multiple detection types are used, the If operator is only available for the first detection type.

  5. Continue adding application detection methods until the application detection configuration is complete.

  6. Click Save changes.


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