to define the
data that the app collects from the endpoint in the HIP report:
Collection Configuration Settings
Collect HIP Data
Clear this selection to prevent the app
from collecting and sending HIP data.
GlobalProtect to collect HIP data for HIP-based policy enforcement,
so the firewall can match HIP data from endpoints against the HIP
objects and/or HIP profiles you define and then apply the appropriate
Max Wait Time (sec)
Specify how many seconds the app should
search for HIP data before submitting the available data (range
is 10-60; default is 20).
specify the host information categories for which you do not want
the app to collect HIP data. Select a
as data-loss-prevention) to exclude from HIP collection. After selecting
a category, you can
and a particular Vendor
and, then, you can
from the vendor to further refine the exclusion as needed. Click
save settings in each dialog.
define custom host information you want the app to collect. For
example, if you have any required applications that are not included
in the Vendor or Product lists for creating HIP objects, you can
create a custom check to determine whether that application is installed
(it has a corresponding Windows registry or Mac plist key) or is
currently running (has a corresponding running process):
check for a particular registry key or key value.
for particular plist key or key value.
processes you want to check for on user endpoints to see if they
are running. For example, to determine whether a software application
is running, add the name of the executable file to the process list.
You can add a process to the