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Viewing Mac OS X Detection at the Juniper ATP Appliance Web UI

 

To access the Juniper ATP Appliance Central Manager (CM) Web UI, use HTTP/HTTPS; enter the configured Juniper ATP Appliance Server IP address or hostname in a web browser address field, and accept the SSL certificate when prompted. You are always required to log into the CM Web UI.

To Log in to the Central Manager

  1. In the Juniper ATP Appliance Login window, enter the default username admin and the password juniper.Note

    The Juniper ATP Appliance Web UI login username and password are separate from the CLI admin username and password.

  2. When prompted to reset the password, re-enter the password juniper as the “old” password, and enter a new password (twice).

    The CM Web UI supports passwords up to 32 characters, and at least 8 characters. Letters (uppercase/ lowercase), numbers, and special characters can be used with the exception of double-quotes (”), spaces, or backslash characters (\) in passwords.

  3. At login, the Juniper ATP Appliance Central Manager Dashboard is displayed, as shown below. The Dashboard tab includes aggregated malware detection information for both Windows and Mac OS X, and provides system status and health information. Additional configurations are made from the Config tab. Refer to the Juniper ATP Appliance Operator’s Guide for more information.
  4. The status of the Mac Secondary Core can be viewed by going to the Config Tab of the Juniper ATP Appliance Central Manager and selecting System Settings>Secondary Cores from the left panel Web UI menu.

    The Central Manager updates detection results every 5 minutes; refresh the Web UI to check the Dashboard and Threats tabs for Mac malware events.

The Juniper ATP Appliance CM Dashboard provides in-context and aggregated malware detection information as well as system status and health

Note

Be sure all Juniper ATP Appliances are configured with the same device key as defined by the CLI command set passphrase. If you do not set the same passphrase on all devices, you will not be able to see the Collector or the Mac OS X in the Central Manager Web UI. Refer to Setting the same Device Key Passphrase on all Juniper ATP Appliances. Special characters used in CLI parameters must be enclosed in double quotation marks.