Hi. We have developped a Posture Plugin Dll and an ACS server. The server part works well, but I can't have the CTA to load our DLL. Thus, our ACS server doesn't receive our VAF and the device is quarantined.
I ran the ctastat.exe utility which tells that the plugin is operational. I ran the ppta.exe and everything works fine. I'm sure the Dll is never loaded because I put some trace in the DLL_ATTACH_PROCESS function.
So I wonder, apart from defining the external posture validation (with the URL to our ACS), are there any other setting that I should define ?
Each NAC-compliant application is responsible for installing its own posture plugin on end systems.Plugins for Windows environments are located in \Program Files\Common Files\PostureAgent\Plugins\Install .When CTA receives a posture request, it scans the PostureAgnt\Plugins\Install directory for new or updated posture plugins.Refer the following URL for more info
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