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Viewing Assessment Details

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From each site’s Site Security Overview page, you can navigate to the Assessment Details pages. On the Assessment Details pages, you can see the scores and titles of tests in the assessment. You can also click the tests for additional information, such as the number of devices at risk and suggested countermeasures.

Assessment Details pages are affected by custom Security Schemas. If a test is removed from a schema, it doesn’t appear on the Details pages. If all the tests in a category are removed, that category doesn’t appear on the Details pages.

The Assessment Details pages are:

  • Site Security Assessment Details Page—Displays all the tests in the security assessment.
  • Antivirus Security Assessment Details Page—Displays only the tests that relate to antivirus.
  • Patch Security Assessment Details Page—Displays only the tests that relate to patch management.
  • User Security Assessment Details Page—Displays only the tests that relate to local user and domain accounts, and local user and domain policies.
  • Network Security Assessment Details Page—Displays only the tests that relate to the User Account Control security policy setting and Wi-Fi networks.

The options you choose will become default. Whenever you log in with this user name, these will be the default options, however, you can change them at any time.

To View Site Security Assessment Details
  1. In Service Center, click Dashboards > Site Security Dashboard.
  2. Click a site link.
  3. Click the number in the Site Security box.
  4. To see the details of any test, click the arrow next to its score.
To View Antivirus Security Assessment Details
  1. In Service Center, click Dashboards > Site Security Dashboard.
  2. Click a site link.
  3. Click the number in the Antivirus Security box.
  4. To see the details of any test, click the arrow next to its score.
To View Patch Security Assessment Details
  1. In Service Center, click Dashboards > Site Security Dashboard.
  2. Click a site link.
  3. Click the number in the Patch Security box.
  4. To see the details of any test, click the arrow next to its score.
To View User Security Assessment Details
  1. In Service Center, click Dashboards > Site Security Dashboard.
  2. Click a site link.
  3. Click the number in the User Security box.
  4. To see the details of any test, click the arrow next to its score.
To View Network Security Assessment Details
  1. In Service Center, click Dashboards > Site Security Dashboard.
  2. Click a site link.
  3. Click the number in the Network Security box.
  4. To see the details of any test, click the arrow next to its score.

The Network Security category tests run against WLAN profiles that can be found on managed devices. WLAN profiles are saved to devices when users choose to automatically connect to Wi-Fi networks. WLAN profiles that have been deleted from a device will not contribute to the Network Security assessment.

Changing the Display of Security Assessment Details

Choosing the display density on any of the Security Assessment Details pages lets you choose how much screen space is used to display the security tests and the test results.

You can also choose not to display certain tests that don’t lower the security score, the passed tests, and the unassessed tests.

To Choose a Display Density
  1. In Service Center, click Dashboards > Site Security Dashboard.
  2. Click a site link.
  3. Click any of the Security boxes:
    • Site Security
    • Antivirus Security
    • Patch Security
    • User Security
    • Network Security
  4. Click the Preferences icon.
  5. In the Display density box, select one of the following:
    • Comfortable—Divides test results by severity, which takes up more screen real estate.
    • Compact—Displays the results as a list, which takes up less screen real estate.
  6. Click Save.
To Hide Tests in the Security Assessment Results
  1. In Service Center, click Dashboards > Site Security Dashboard.
  2. Click a site link.
  3. Click any of the Security boxes:
    • Site Security
    • Antivirus Security
    • Patch Security
    • User Security
    • Network Security
  4. Click the Preferences icon.
  5. Click one or more of the following boxes:
    • Hide passed tests—Hides any tests that don’t lower your security score.
    • Hide unassessed security tests—Hides any tests that weren’t run because the necessary data couldn’t be retrieved.
  6. Click Save.
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