Configuring agentless audits McAfee Policy Auditor can register a McAfee Vulnerability Manager 7.0 or 7.5 server to conduct agentless audits. Agentless audits allow you to audit systems that do not have the McAfee Policy Auditor agent plug-in installed. McAfee Vulnerability Manager searches for systems using a Host Name or IP range, adds them to the System Tree, and conducts agentless audits. Installing the McAfee Vulnerability Manager extension allows you to import McAfee Vulnerability Manager data into your McAfee ePO database and view that data in reports. To use the extension with McAfee ePO, you must also have an existing McAfee Vulnerability Manager installation with scanned asset data. How McAfee Policy Auditor integrates with the McAfee Vulnerability Manager extension McAfee Policy Auditor and McAfee Vulnerability Manager integrate seamlessly to gather data, share information, and perform both agent- and system-based audits. Configure McAfee Vulnerability Manager and the McAfee ePO extensionYou can configure McAfee Vulnerability Manager and its McAfee ePO extension to discover systems, collect data, and synchronize this information with McAfee Policy Auditor. How to handle missing audit results McAfee Policy Auditor uses the concept of frequency to determine how often audit data must be gathered. How to handle mismatched McAfee Vulnerability Manager certificatesCertificates are sets of electronic files created by a trusted Certificate Authority. They contain encrypted information that allows others to verify their origin. On a network, certificates allow systems to create a trust relationship that allows them to exchange information using encrypted communication.