You can allow the user to delay remediation to a more convenient time. If users must restart their computers after they install the software for a requirement, they may want to wait to restart their computers until later.
If the user delays remediation, any of the following events can happen:
The client logs the event. The Host Integrity status is shown as failed because the requirement is not met. The user can manually run a new Host Integrity check at any time from the client.
The Host Integrity check remediation message window does not appear again until the client runs another Host Integrity check. If the user has chosen to be reminded in five minutes, but the Host Integrity check runs every 30 minutes, the message window does not appear until 30 minutes. To avoid confusion for the user, you may want to synchronize the minimum time setting with the Host Integrity check frequency setting.
If the user delays the remediation before the next Host Integrity check, the user selection is overridden.
If the user delays a remediation action and the client receives an updated policy, the amount of time available for remediation is reset to the new maximum.
To allow users to delay or cancel Host Integrity remediation
In the console, open a Host Integrity policy and add a requirement.