We are currently testing the NAC appliance before we roll it into production in an enviroment that does not have a software distribution system. I was just wondering various methods people use to have end users self-remediate their machines when using a file or link requirement with the CAS.
The main requirement is that the CSA agent must be installed on the end users machine. The user can successfully download the CSA agent exe from the CAS. However, the installation requires admin rights, but because our users do not have this the installation fails and the user can not become compliant.
Any suggestions on best practices or methodologies used in a production environment would be greatly appreciated.
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