Creating a Quarantine policy for a failed Host Integrity check

You use a Quarantine policy for the client computers that fail the Host Integrity check, try to remediate, and then fail remediation again. After the client computer fails remediation, it automatically switches to a Quarantine location, where a Quarantine policy is applied to the computer. You use a Quarantine policy to apply stricter restrictions to the failed computers. You can use any type of protection policy for the Quarantine policy. For example, you can apply a Quarantine Firewall policy that blocks a computer's access to the Internet.
While the client computer is in the Quarantine location, you can configure the Host Integrity check to continue to run and try to remediate the computer. You may also need to remediate the computer manually.
  1. To create a Quarantine policy for a failed Host Integrity check
  2. In the console, click
    Clients
    , and then click the
    Policies
    tab.
  3. On the
    Policies
    tab, next to
    Quarantine Policies when Host Integrity Fails
    , click
    Add a policy
    .
  4. In the
    Add Quarantine Policy
    dialog box, choose a policy type and then click
    Next
    .
  5. Choose whether to use an existing policy, create a new policy, or import a policy file, and then click
    Next
    .
  6. Do one of the following tasks:
    • In the
      Add Policy
      dialog box, choose the policy, and click
      OK
      .
    • In the
      Policy Type
      dialog box, configure the policy, and click
      OK
      .
    • In the
      Import Policy
      dialog box, locate the
      .dat
      file and click
      Import
      .