Hi Dbrattrbi From a technical perspective, when a client/browser makes a
HTTP request over an SSL session (HTTPS), the proxy in the middle (e.g
Netskope) has 2 options: 1. SSL intercept the connection and return its
own HTTP content inside the SSL tu...
My suggestion would be: 1. attempt the Windows update again 2. download
the netkope client logs (right click -> save logs) and unzip. 3. look
inside nsdebuglog.log 4. filter the nsdebuglog.log file for the word
"Tunneling" 5. You should see a number ...
If a file is found to contain a DLP violation, you should see both a DLP
'Incident' and a SkopeIT Alert. A DLP Incident will show the file name
object, but if you click inside that you should see multiple incidents
triggered on the same filename: For...
The alert in SkopeIT will always remain available in the UI as a
historical event. By default, the filter in 'Alerts' will filter on
"Acknowledged: No" . Setting this alert to "Acknowledged" will hide it
from SkopeIT (you can then also filter on Ackn...