You can configure how the Host Integrity check is carried out and how the results are handled.
After you add or update a Host Integrity policy, the policy is downloaded to the client at the next heartbeat. The client then runs the Host Integrity check.
If the user switches to a location with a different policy while a Host Integrity check is in progress, the client stops the check. The stop includes remediation attempts, if required by the policy. The user may get a timeout message if a remediation server connection is not available in the new location. When the check is complete, the client discards the results. Then the client immediately runs a new Host Integrity check based on the new policy for the location.
If the policy is the same in the new location, the client maintains any Host Integrity timer settings. The client runs a new Host Integrity check only when required by the policy settings.
To configure the frequency of Host Integrity check settings
In the console, open a Host Integrity policy, and click Advanced Settings.
On the Advanced Settings page, under Host Integrity Checking Options, set the Host Integrity check frequency.