Adding Registered Services

Add different servers for specific services that your organization uses internally or considers trustworthy to establish the network profile. Identifying trusted services in the network ensures detection of unauthorized applications and services.

Add only trusted services (up to 1,000 services) to ensure the accuracy of your network profile.

  1. Select a service from the drop-down list.
    Table 1. Service Types

    Service

    Description

    DNS

    The network server used as a DNS server.

    FTP

    The network server used as an FTP server.

    HTTP Proxy

    The network server used as an HTTP Proxy server.

    SMTP

    The network server used as an SMTP server.

    SMTP Open Relay

    The network server used as an SMTP Open Relay server.

    Software Update Server

    The network server responsible for Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) or the server that performs remote deployment.

    Security Audit Server

    The network server used to detect both vulnerabilities and insecure configurations.

    Active Directory

    The network server used as the Active Directory server.

    Domain Controller

    The network server used as the Domain Controller server.

    Database Server

    The network server used as the database server.

    Authentication Servers - Kerberos

    The network server used to provide Kerberos authentication.

    File Server

    The network server used to provide a location for shared file access.

    Web Server

    The network server used as a web server.

    Content Management Server

    The network server used for managing content.

    Radius Server

    The network server used as the Radius authentication server.

    Registered service names appear in the Defined Registered Services section.

  2. Specify a server name.
  3. Specify an IP address.
  4. Click Add.