Manual Chapter : Implementing endpoint state checks

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  • 16.0.1, 16.0.0
Manual Chapter

Implementing endpoint state checks

You should have a per-request policy attached to a virtual server. In addition, your virtual server must have an access profile attached, which can be a blank "allow-all" policy.
Add endpoint state checking to an access policy to check client machines for a specified antivirus package, either continuously, or on each request.
  1. From the Main tab, click
    Profiles / Policies
    Per-Request Policies
  2. Find the policy you want to edit, and in the Per-Request Policy column, click
  3. In the per-request policy, click
    Add New Subroutine
  4. Name the subroutine and click
  5. Expand the subroutine, and click the plus to add a new item.
  6. Select
    Endpoint Security (Client-Side)
    , select
    Endpoint State
    , and click
    Add Item
    By default, the Endpoint State check has no configuration.
  7. To configure subroutine settings such as the session lifetime or gating criteria, click
    Subroutine Settings / Rename
Add an endpoint check to the subroutine following this action.