Allowing the Host Integrity check to pass if a requirement fails

Users may need to continue working even if their computers fail the Host Integrity check. You can let the Host Integrity check pass even if a specific requirement fails. The client logs the results but ignores the results.
You apply this setting for a specific requirement. If you want to apply this setting to all requirements, you must enable the setting on each requirement separately. The setting is disabled by default.
  1. To allow the Host Integrity check to pass if a requirement fails
  2. In the console, open a Host Integrity policy.
  3. Add a predefined requirement or a custom requirement, and then click
    OK
    . See:
  4. On the dialog box for the requirement, check
    Allow the Host Integrity check to pass even if this requirement fails
    , and then click
    OK
    .
  5. Click
    OK
    .