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A flex is used on 1..n incidents. Therefore you check the condition first (last access in Insight), than either do the quarantine action or not. Make sure, you not the result of the decision either by "failed flex" in the history, writing a note or set a custom attribute. Since last access is also an attribute of DLP, you can also filter the incicents in DLP an apply a smart response?
No. Those are distinct product lines that Compliment each other very well, but they are not required to be used together. You can create Mount resources that manage many file system types, so you are not restricted to VxFS. Instead of using the VxVM volume management resource types, you can use LVMVolumeGroup and LVMLogicalVolume (for Linux), and ZPools resource for ZFS on Solaris. ...
Hi Raul One of the advantages is, that the endpoint scans the data before a transport encryption is applied. In case of the Dropbox, it will scan the data before upload. If the data is encrypted on the endpoint using an at rest encryption, Endpoint will not detect. If an IRM (information rights management) solution is used that is transparent to the user, the endpoint might see ...
Some registry keys may change for certain operations you run on the live server so the registry entries for theses keys in the regrep resource are written to shared disk so that when you failover they are written to the registry on the failover server. See extract from Windows VCS bundled agent guide: The Registry Replication agent synchronizes the registry of ...
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