BigFix combines endpoint and security management into a single solution that enables users to see and manage fixed, mobile, physical and virtual endpoints on more than 90 different operating system versions. In addition to ensuring that all of a company’s systems are patched and secure, BigFix automates time-intensive tasks across complex networks, queries endpoints in real-time for the presence of malicious files, allows for quick software installations, performs advanced automation, and allows for simple remote control with just a few clicks. This course will present material that will help BigFix Users develop the foundational knowledge they need to successfully leverage BigFix in their managed environments.
Gain a base understanding of BigFix Content
Learn about how BigFix Content is organized including Domains and Sites
Learn how to examine BigFix Content and the differences between Fixlets and Tasks
Learn about Baselines, Computer Groups, Properties, Analyses and Actions
Learn about BigFix Tools and Objects and how to use the Fixlet Debugger, WebUI Query Channel, and BigFix Console
Gain an understanding of the BigFix Relevance Language
Write basic Relevance Statements
Create Content Using the BES Console to Perform Basic Troubleshooting
Students should have:
Basic Microsoft Windows and VMWare skills
Basic Coding skills
BigFix Fundamentals v9.5 Course or Equivalent
Unit 1: Introduction to BigFix Content
What is BigFix Content?
How is Content Organized?
Fixlets / Tasks
Structure of a Fixlet / Task
The Parts of a Fixlet /Task
Usage: Fixlet vs. Task
Structure of a Baseline
Relationship to Fixlets / Tasks
Configuration of component dependency in execution
Types of Groups
Types of Properties
Structure of an Analysis
Who can create analysis?
Usage: Analyses vs. Global Properties?
What is an Action?
What content can generate Action documents?
Configuration of Action execution parameters
Persistence (Policy vs. one-time actions)
Unit 2: Tools and Objects
Introduction to BigFix Tools for Content Creation
Single Clause vs QnA tab
Graphical evaluation tab
WebUI Query Channel
Client Relevance Builder Dashboard
Unit 2 Labs:
Lab 1: (Fixlet Debugger)
Lab 2: (Web UI Query)
Lab 3: (BigFix Console Dashboards)
Unit 3: The Relevance Language
What is the Relevance Language?
Basic Syntax Theory
Action Script Syntax
Basic Action Script Syntax
Integration with Relevance for run-time evaluation
Syntactical Differences (Relevance vs. Action Script)
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