If a LAN Enforcer appliance loses its connection with the computer on which the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager is installed, the LAN Enforcer appliance can authenticate a client locally.
See Using advanced LAN Enforcer appliance settings.
To enable local authentication on the LAN Enforcer appliance
In the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager Console, click Admin.
Select and expand the group of LAN Enforcer appliances.
Select the LAN Enforcer appliance group for which you want to enable local authentication.
Under Tasks, click Edit Group Properties.
In the LAN Settings dialog box, on the Advanced tab, check Enable Local Authentication.
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