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This space contains documentation for TrueSight Server Automation 8.9.03 and the later service packs for 8.9. For earlier releases, see BMC Server Automation 8.9.

Getting started with compliance

The following topics introduce you to the concept of compliance management in TrueSight Server Automation.

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This section includes the following topics:

TopicWhat is it about?

What is compliance?

This topic introduces you to the concept of compliance in TrueSight Server Automation.
Walkthrough: Restricting permissions for a Compliance officerThis topic walks you through the process of setting up a Compliance officer, who is in charge of performing compliance analyses, and limiting permissions so that this user cannot perform other types of actions in TrueSight Server Automation.
Walkthrough: Loading compliance contentThis topic walks you through the process of loading compliance content. Compliance Content libraries contain rule sets to automatically analyze the compliance of servers with regulatory standards and best-practice policies, including HIPAA, DISA STIG, SOX, PCI, and CIS. 
Walkthrough: Creating a compliance templateThis topic walks you through the process of creating a simple compliance template using TrueSight Server Automation.
Walkthrough: Compliance audit based on a policyThis topic walks you through the process of performing a compliance audit based on a policy.
Walkthrough: Reviewing the results of a compliance checkThis topic walks you through the process of examining the results of a compliance check and then exporting those results into a report.
Walkthrough: Remediating a compliance failureThis topic walks you through the process of remediating a compliance failure, that is, correcting deficiencies that were discovered on a server by a Compliance Job.
Walkthrough: Creating exceptions for compliance rulesThis topic walks you through the process of using Compliance Job results to create an exception for a compliance rule and then running the Compliance Job again to see how the results show the exception
Walkthrough: Creating remediation objects for a compliance templateThis topic walks you through the process of using TrueSight Server Automation to create a remediation object that can be deployed to servers that fail a Compliance Job. Deploying the remediation object can make the failed server compliant. 

Related topics

To examine the process of using the TrueSight Server Automation Portal to run a Compliance operations that checks whether servers adhere to payment card industry (PCI) standards, see Example of checking servers for PCI compliance in the TrueSight Server Automation Portal online technical documentation.

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