Scheduling a Nessus scan


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Scheduling a Nessus scan

The final feature I'll cover is scheduling scans. I'll select Schedules using the link on the top menu. There are currently no schedules, let's add one. We set up the schedule using three sub-options, Basic Settings, Schedule Settings, and Email Settings. At the Basic Settings, I'll add the name, WeeklyPatchCheck. And call this, A weekly patch check for the debian cluster, in the description. I'll keep PatchCheck as the policy and set the folder to Raspbian Cluster.

In the Targets panel, I can now enter the two targets, 10.1.1.15 and 10.1.1.51. Then I'll select Schedule Settings. If I click on the drop-down list at the launch prompt, I can see our options for scheduling. Now, On Demand, Once, and Daily, Weekly, Monthly, and Yearly. I'll select Weekly. Additional prompts appear for me to set the start time and time zone, and the day of week to run. I'll set this for 2:00 p.m., every Tuesday.

I can also select anything from one to 20 weeks as the interval between runs, using...

Scheduling a Nessus scan
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Scheduling a Nessus scan provides you with in-depth training on IT. Taught by Malcolm Shore as part of the Practical Cybersecurity

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IT
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N-Stalker Nessus Nmap Netcat
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