NAC clean access policy requirement

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Jun 13th, 2008

we have Clean Access Manager Version: 4.1.2

the policy is to check that the user has symantec antivirus on its machine , if not the NAC will redirect a link to the user to install the antivirus ,

the main problem is that all the PCs joined the domain & all the user accounts have limited user privilege to install the antivirus , so is there any means in windows like creating a pakage , or istalling under DOS with using patch file or any other solution

I have this problem too.
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gojericho0 Sat, 06/14/2008 - 02:27

If you have a software distribution system you can normally run a local file on the PC that checks for requires software, in this case the symantic antivirus. The file then reports to the software distribution server and any missing applications become pushed down.

Another thing you can do is create a script that will pull and install the application (with admin rights) from a server.

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