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Created: 30 Jan 2013 • Updated: 31 Jan 2013 | 7 comments
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Can anyone guide me about snac service?
Best practise on snac.

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Mithun Sanghavi's picture


Check these - 

How to Install Symantec Network Access Control when SEPM is already installed and Running

How to Install Symantec Network Access Control

Symantec Network Access Control Whitepapers

What's new in SNAC 12.1

SNAC Related Implementation Guides, Best Practices, Troubleshooting Guides, and Knowledge Base Articles

Hope that helps!!

Mithun Sanghavi
Associate Security Architect


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Ashish-Sharma's picture


About SNAC: Symantec Network Access Control ensures that a company's client computers are

compliant with the company's security policies before the computers are allowed

to access the network. Symantec Network Access Control uses a Host Integrity

Policy and an optional Symantec Enforcer to discover and evaluate which

computers are compliant.

Check This blog and found all document

Thanks In Advance

Ashish Sharma

sandra.g's picture

I think others have covered this before me, but to make it clear: when you install SEP, you will see the SNAC service appear in Services, but you must license, download and then integrate SNAC into the SEPM in order to use it.

Upgrading Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager to include Symantec Network Access Control

There's a lot more info relating to SNAC in the Installation and Administration Guide for SEP 12.1.2 (Section 7, starting on page 777).


Symantec, Senior Information Developer
Enterprise Security, Mobility, and Management - Endpoint Protection

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cus000's picture

Certain things would depends on your architecture too,

how's SNAC implemented at your end?