Scan endpoints for Windows

This automation combines the ESET Monitor - New Threat Detected custom service with the automation policy ESET Task - On-Demand Scan to trigger a scan automatically when new threats are detected on endpoints.

1.Open the ESET-Service Template you have created in the creating a service template section.

2.In the Details tab next to Service, select ESET Monitor - New Threat Detected from the drop-down menu and click Add Service.

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3.In the Details tab of the ESET Monitor - Protection Status window, change the Name to indicate the purpose of this custom service. In this example, ESET Monitor - New Threat Detected (On-Demand Scan).

4.Type On-Demand Scan next to Service Identifier.

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6.In the ESET Monitor - Protection Status window, click the Self-Healing tab.

7.Select Failed in the From status column and click the single arrow pointing to the right to move Failed to the To status column.

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8.Scroll down to the Self-healing section and select the Execute Self-Healing action check box to enable self-healing.

9.Next to After executing Self-Healing wait, type 30. This should provide the Automation Policy with enough time to finish scanning the endpoint.

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10.Click the Action tab, scroll down to the Self-Healing Action section and select Execute Automation Policy from the drop-down menu.

11.Next to Select Automation Policy, type ESET and select ESET Task - On-Demand Scan from the drop-down menu.

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12.To be notified whenever this self-healing action takes place, click the Notification tab and configure your desired settings.

13.Click Save.

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