In this help article, we will guide you on how to check the compliance status of your devices and apply compliance policies to them using Swif. There are two different methods to accomplish this. Let's get started!
Step 1: Navigate to the Inventory
To begin, open the Swif software and navigate to the Inventory section.
Step 2: Check Device Status
In the "Security Status" section, review the compliance status of each device. If a device is marked as non-compliant, you can select it for further action.
Step 3: Check Security Section
To get more details about the compliance status of the devices, go to the Security section.
Step 4: Apply Policy
Under the Compliance section, identify the specific non-compliant requirement, such as hard disk encryption. Click on "Apply Policy" to enforce the policy on the selected device. You can also choose to apply the policy to other devices if needed.
Step 5: Save Changes
After applying the policy, click on "Save" to confirm the changes.
Step 6: Add Additional Policies
If there are more policies to be applied, continue adding them to the devices.
Step 7: View Policies
To view the applied policies, click on the "View Policy" button.
Another way to check compliance and apply policies is by going back to the Inventory section. Hover over a device in the Security Status section to see its compliance status. In the pop-up, you can click on "Apply Policy" to enforce policies.
These are the two different methods you can use to check compliance status and apply policies to your devices using Swif. By following these steps, you can ensure that your devices meet the required compliance standards. Thank you for using Swifteam! If you have any further questions or need assistance, please don't hesitate to reach out to our support team.