SonicOS/X 7 Endpoint Security

Settings

Enabling services in the Settings section

  1. Click Enable Endpoint Security Enforcement to activate the service.
  2. Click Enable SSO Login via Endpoint Security to periodically send logged in OS user information (domain/username format) from your Endpoint Security endpoints to your SonicWall firewalls. You can see the logged in user status listed under Users.
  3. Click Notify Endpoints of Network Alerts when an event is blocked on your firewall or other modules (GAV/IPS/ATP, Botnet/Geo-IP, and so on), Endpoint Security can notify you with a message to alert you or specific end users directly. Currently, this features supports only Client SentinelOne (Capture) Enforcement.
  4. Enabling the Content Filter Log provides logging for CFS Events to Capture Client endpoint devices.
  5. Enabling the Intrusion Prevention Log provides logging for IPS Events to Capture Client endpoint devices.
  6. Enabling the App Control Log provides logging for APP Control Events to Capture Client endpoint devices.
  7. Enabling the Botnet/Geo-IP Filter Log provides logging for Botnet/Geo-IP Events to Capture Client endpoint devices.
  8. Enabling the Gateway Anti-Virus/Anti Spyware/Capture ATP logs provides logging for GAV/GAS/ATP Events to Capture Client endpoint devices.
  9. Click Accept when you have finished.

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