Can a selang like command be used to identify servers that have PAMSC agent installed but no services running?
Release : 14.0
Request For Information (RFI)
Question - Using a command like selang can one pull a list of hosts that has PAMSC agent installed but has NO kernel loaded & NO PAMSC agent/services running ?
Answer- This is not possible via a command. This use case requires identification of a PAMSC installation which should be known to a package manager that was used to install PAMSC. Such an identification cannot be achieved via commands to an environment that is not yet up and running. In order for the endpoint to report up to ENTM (or PAM if customer deployed OnePAM), policyfetcher needs to be running in order to send the endpoint's heartbeat. In this case we are looking for servers that were installed but not running, the policyfetcher would not be able to send its heartbeat.