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HDLP - Monitoring Cloud Apps Dropbox, Drive etc

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Hey Team,

I currently have a web post protection rule which is working for the browser based cloud apps but is not working for the Cloud Applications installed locally eg - dropbox.

In the agent configuration "micellaneous" tab I have the cloud app plugins selected.  Not sure which rule I'm supposed to create to leverage these.  Do I need to create definitions for them also and assign those to a protection rule ?  If so what sthe best way to identify them in the definition ?

Cheers

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Re: HDLP - Monitoring Cloud Apps Dropbox, Drive etc

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Well I obviously didn't spend enough time on it.  Of course under protection rules there is a "Cloud Protection Rule"

Once setup and combined with the options in the agent settings being selected this is working perfectly.

What I guess would be good to know is how often they plan to add Cloud Apps to the list available ???

Cheers all

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Re: HDLP - Monitoring Cloud Apps Dropbox, Drive etc

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Well I obviously didn't spend enough time on it.  Of course under protection rules there is a "Cloud Protection Rule"

Once setup and combined with the options in the agent settings being selected this is working perfectly.

What I guess would be good to know is how often they plan to add Cloud Apps to the list available ???

Cheers all

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