Verify that access control systems exist on all endpoints in the CDE |
This Action1 query shows the status of all major access control system on Windows endpoints and allows to demonstrate your compliance with this section of PCI. Access control systems include file system, local user account database and Active Directory integration, system registry and more.
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7.2.2: Access Control Systems are Configured
Confirm that access control systems are configured to enforce privileges
7.2.3: Default Deny-All Setting
Confirm that access control systems have a default "deny-all" setting
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