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What is "Symantec Network Access Control client".

Created: 02 Mar 2012 • Updated: 05 Mar 2012 | 4 comments
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Hello Everyone,

I want to get brief idea about Symantec Network Access Control client.

What it does? and haw it works?

thanx in advance.

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Zac H's picture

I believe that SNAC is part of Endpoint Protection.  IIRC, its the firewall as well as the ability to validate computers for switches to allow network access.

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Moved to SNAC forum

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Milan_T's picture

I think it's a part of Symantec endpoint protection.

for more information go to: http://www.symantec.com/endpoint-protection

you will get it's information in detail.

Milan_T's picture

Symantec Network Access Control client is:-

The Symantec Network Access Control client evaluates whether a computer is properly protected and compliant before it is allowed to connect to the corporate network.

The client ensures that your computer complies with a security policy that your administrator configures. The security policy checks whether your computer runs the most recent security software, such as antivirus and firewall applications. If your computer does not run the required software, either you or the client must

update the software. If your security software is not up to date, your computer may be blocked from connecting to the network. The client runs periodic checks to verify that your computer continues to comply with the security policy.

It Does:-

It ensures that your computer's security settings conform to network policies. Security settings can include software, software configuration settings, signature files, patches, or other elements.

How it works?

The Symantec Network Access Control client validates and enforces policy compliance for the computers that try to connect to the network. This validation and enforcement process begins before the computer connects to the network and continues throughout the duration of the connection. The Host Integrity Policy is the security policy that serves as the basis for all evaluations and actions.

 

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