Integrate IoT Security with Microsoft SCCM

Integrate with Microsoft SCCM to import device attributes into the IoT Security inventory.
Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) is a suite of management solutions for user and device management. By integrating it with IoT Security, you can import device attributes from SCCM into IoT Security for devices in its inventory.
Import the following device attributes from SCCM for devices in the IoT Security inventory:
  • MAC address (IoT Security links data from SCCM to devices by MAC address.)
  • IP address
  • Serial number
  • Model
  • Vendor
  • Disk encryption status
  • Windows installed patches
  • Windows unique identifier
  • SCCM site name
  • SCCM domain name
The attributes that IoT Security imports from SCCM are supplementary. If IoT Security has already discovered values for the IP address, serial number, model, and vendor of a device, it doesn’t overwrite them with values from SCCM. It only imports attributes for fields for which it doesn’t yet have a value. You can see the IP address, serial number, vendor, and model on the Devices page and all imported attributes on the Device Details page.
IoT Security can import device attributes from the SCCM SQL server for one or more SQL databases, which is sometimes necessary for large deployments spanning multiple locations. In these cases, you create one Cortex XSOAR integration instance and job for each database.
Integrating with Microsoft SCCM requires the purchase and activation of a third-party integration add-on. The basic integration plan includes a license for three integration add-ons, one of which can be used for Microsoft SCCM. The advanced plan includes a license for all supported third-party integrations.

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