Wondering if you can help:
Using either CA or authenticated scanning, is there a QID to find a specific RegKey?
In this case, i'm looking to see which of our Assets have got NLA required for RDP and which haven't.
There isn't a custom QID to look into Reg Keys. The closest would be a groovy script to look at the results of a QID but there isn't a generic QID to look at the whole registry.
You could do it via a compliance user defined control (UDC) that looks at a specific registry key but that requires the Policy Compliance module.
Cheers for the response.
I have a customer that would really like to be able to apply a tag based on the content of a specific registry key. Is there anything on the road map ? Large Cloud Agent user.
During build the responsible dept name is added as a reg key and the equipment goes far and wide after that. IP / Hostnames / NetBIOS names / SSL certs - none give consistent answers. Only the reg key would work for this one. Any thoughts ?
I'm managing two clients subscriptions at the moment and this would be a brilliant addition to the capabilities. I'll put a feature request in under both subscriptions.
Have either of you documented a clear use case and reviewed it with your TAM for a potential feature request?
Community posts don't drive the feature development process, interaction between the customer and TAM does. However, a post on the community can be leveraged in a feature request to demonstrate interest. Interest drives change.
There is no way for a tag to check a registry entry. Tagging happens during post-scan processing.
However, I'm thinking, I don't know, maybe, a PC UDC to check if the registry entry and if matched, an alert of some kind, maybe email, could notify a subscriber to create the tag manually?
Perhaps one day, in the future, the PC UDC detection could maybe create tag as a sub-process of the finding (automagically) .
Further, there might be a way today, an opportunity to script a process using PC and Tag APIs to work together to create a tag and get'er done that way.
Dream Big. Think Outside the Box. I'm sure you two very brilliant guys could come with a great suggestion/recommendations AND a valid business use case to get things rolling.
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