Security Policy not compliant

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MarcoKoch
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Security Policy not compliant

Hi to all

 

I have some devices which are not compliant with the base security policy. How do I find out which part of the policy is not met. I can only guess, but where do I actually see it?

 

Thank you all for your help.

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MattMorg
Meraki Employee

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On the SM > Devices list, add the complaint and reasons columns and you can see the reason why a device is failing a security policy. Here's a screenshot of an example 30-min check in policy with some violating and some compliant. 

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MattMorg
Meraki Employee

Screen Shot 2021-11-02 at 9.08.03 AM.png

On the SM > Devices list, add the complaint and reasons columns and you can see the reason why a device is failing a security policy. Here's a screenshot of an example 30-min check in policy with some violating and some compliant. 

Perfect, Thank you!

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