Macintosh Vulscan Switches

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    LANDESK Management Suite 9.5

    Using Mac Vulscan from the command line

     

    With LANDesk Management Suite 9.5 and 9.6, we have some command line switches for vulscan.

     

    usage: vulscan [-v version] [/repair <vulnerability or group name>] [/coreserver=<coreservername>] [/softwareupdate] /changebehaviors < /agentbehavior=filename | /ob:rebootbehavior=filename [/taskid=###] [/policyfile] [/scanfilter]

     

    Parameters

     

    • /v - LANDesk program version
    • /repair - called with list of vulnerabilities to be repaired or group to be repaired
    • /softwareupdate - used to notify vulscan that a call to software update was previously called and should not be called again
    • /changebehaviors - if this parameter is the only parameter, the default setting in com.landesk.ldms.plist to be set to the behavior listed
    • /agentbehavior - file name for the agent behavior to be applied. If -1 the file in com.landesk.ldms.plist will be used
    • /ob:rebootbehavior - file name for the reboot behaviors to be applied. If -1 the file in com.landesk.ldms.plist will be used
    • /taskid - if this is set to -1 then no status will be sent back to the core
    • /policyfile - name of policy file to get scan information from
    • /scanfilter - filter of vulnerabilities to scan