Which reports, actions, or checks cannot be done by proxy? (NETIQKB48120)

  • 7748120
  • 02-Feb-2007
  • 14-Aug-2007

Resolution

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Which reports, actions, or checks cannot be done by proxy?

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Which reports, actions, or checks will not work when run using a proxy agent?



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Which reports, actions, or checks will not work if I do not have an agent installed locally?

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What are the limitations of auditing by proxy?

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NetIQ Vulnerability Manager 5.5

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The following Windows Security Checks, Actions, and Reports will not run by proxy:

Security Checks:

Accounts with Password Equal to Any User Name

Accounts with Password Equal to User Name

Accounts with Password Equal to Reverse User Name

Accounts with Short Passwords

Accounts with Blank Passwords

Reports

Users with Weak Passwords

Users with Password = Username

Users without a Password

Users with Password too Short

Set Disk Quota for User

Show User Quota for a Specified Volume

Assign Registry Value

Query Registry Value

Set Windows 2000 Registry Permissions

Registry Permissions

Actions

Set Disk Quota for User

Show User Quota for a Specified Volume

Assign Registry Value

Set Windows 2000 Registry Permissions

The following are general items you cannot audit with a Proxy agent:

Queries of the Port Object

Any default port scan reports, such as the Port Scan (TCP/UDP Endpoints) report

Queries of the HKLM/Current User Registry hive or any reports that rely on that hive



Additional Information

Formerly known as NETIQKB48120

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