Maintaining your systems After Change Control or Application Control is deployed, you can perform various tasks to maintain the endpoints. Review these topics for details about maintenance tasks. Monitor enterprise health Review and monitor the health of the protected endpoints in the enterprise. The Solidcore: Health Monitoring dashboard provides health status at-a-glance. Make emergency changes To implement an emergency change, you can create a change window that overrides all protection and tamper proofing that is in effect. Memory protection (for Application Control only) remains enabled even in Update mode. You should use a change window only when the other available mechanisms cannot be used. Administer throttling for your enterprise When several events, policy discovery requests (observations), or inventory updates generated at endpoints are received on the McAfee ePO server, the McAfee ePO interface might become unresponsive or sluggish. The throttling feature helps avoid such scenarios. Configure CLI breach notifications In your setup, the administrator needs to be aware of any attempt to recover the CLI with an incorrect password. In case any attempt is made to breach security, the CLI needs to be disabled immediately to thwart the attempt. Change the CLI passwordChange the default command line interface (CLI) password. Collect debug informationBefore contacting McAfee Support to help you with a Solidcore client issue, collect configuration and debug information for your setup. Place the endpoints in Disabled modeWhen you place the endpoints in Disabled mode, the software is not in effect. Although the software is installed, the associated features are not active. Send McAfee GTI feedbackApplication Control includes seeded server tasks to send feedback to McAfee about your current use of the McAfee GTI and Application Control features. Purge dataPurge Solidcore reporting data by age or based on other parameters. When you purge data, the records are permanently deleted.