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Endpoint Verification

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Introduction

While using the company-owned devices, the major problem arises: what is that particular device's security posture?

For that, we have Endpoint Verification.

So let's dive into the topic to learn more about it.

Set up Endpoint Verification on your devices

To assist you in assessing the security posture of the devices controlled by your firm, this quickstart document explains how to set up Endpoint Verification on those devices.

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Turn on Endpoint Verification

Endpoint Verification must enable your organizational unit to gather information about your company-owned devices. Endpoint Verification is enabled by default.

Do the following to check if Endpoint Verification is enabled:

  1. Go to Devices from the Admin console's Home page.
  2. Click Mobile & endpoints > Settings > Universal settings from the navigation menu.
  3. Select Endpoint verification from Data access.
  4. Choose your organization unit from the Organizational units pane.
  5. Make sure the checkbox for "Monitor which devices access organization data" is selected.
  6. Press Save. You might be able to inherit or override a parent organizational unit's configuration if you set up a child organizational unit.

Install Endpoint Verification on your devices


Do the following to add the Endpoint Verification extension to your devices:

  1. Go to Devices from the Admin console's Home page.
  2. Click Chrome > Apps & extensions > Users & browsers from the navigation menu.
  3. Click Add from Chrome Web Store while keeping the cursor above Add.
  4. In the field labeled "Search the shop," type "Endpoint Verification."
  5. Click Select after selecting Endpoint Verification.
  6. Choose the organization unit for which you wish to install the Endpoint Verification extension from the Organizational units pane.
  7. Ensure access to keys and Allow enterprise challenges are turned on in the Endpoint Verification dialogue.
  8. Key access is permitted, giving the Chrome OS Endpoint Verification extension access to client certificates and keys.
  9. Allow enterprise challenge: permits the Verified Access feature on ChromeOS to be used by the Endpoint Verification extension. See Chrome Verified Access Overview for further details.
  10. Force install can be chosen by clicking the Installation policy drop-down under Endpoint Verification.
  11. Click Save

View your devices information

  1. Go to Devices > Overview from the Admin panel Home page.
  2. Toggle to Endpoints.
  3. Select any company-owned device from the list of devices to get the device information. The device information reveals that Endpoint Verification is in charge of managing the device.

Clean up

Do the following if you do not want Endpoint Verification to control your devices:

  1. Go to Devices from the Admin console's Home page.
  2. Click Mobile & endpoints > Settings > Universal settings from the navigation menu.
  3. Select Endpoint verification from Data access.
  4. Choose your organization unit from the Organizational units pane.
  5. Delete the checkbox, "Monitor which devices access organization data."
  6. Press Save.

Frequently Asked Question

What is endpoint verification?

A technology called Endpoint Verification enables a company administrator to discover details about the PCs that are accessing corporate data.

What is an API endpoint?

An API endpoint is where a software application connects to an API, the code that enables two software programs to communicate with one another.

Should I have verified access on Chromebook?

Verified access guarantees that the Chromebook connected to the corporate network is unaltered and adheres to corporate policy.

What is the application endpoint?

The Application Endpoint class is a sort of endpoint that is mostly utilized by server applications and offers end users communication and collaboration functions.

What are Chrome URLs?

The Google Chrome browser's internal sites, known as Chrome URLs, are primarily created to give developers and advanced users precise information on the browser's internals.

Conclusion

This blog has extensively discussed the overview of Endpoint Verification .We hope this blog has helped you in enhancing your knowledge about Endpoint Verification and to know more about the Endpoint Verification, check out these articles: 

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Topics covered
1.
Introduction
2.
Set up Endpoint Verification on your devices
3.
Turn on Endpoint Verification
4.
Install Endpoint Verification on your devices
5.
View your devices information
6.
Clean up
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Frequently Asked Question
7.1.
What is endpoint verification?
7.2.
What is an API endpoint?
7.3.
Should I have verified access on Chromebook?
7.4.
What is the application endpoint?
7.5.
What are Chrome URLs?
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Conclusion