The catalog of worklets allows you to immediately use a verified worklet for your purposes. You can also create a new policy based on an existing worklet.
You must have zone administrator or zone operator permissions to create a worklet.
The following topics are described here:
Accessing the Worklet Catalog
You can access the catalog from the Manage → Worklet Catalog page.
From the console, select the Manage tab and then select Worklet Catalog from the drop-down menu.
Worklet Catalog Table
Name assigned by Automox
Verified indicates that the Worklet is internally tested and free of known security or performance vulnerabilities. This is no guarantee for desired results in your particular environment.
This is the OS type that the worklet is intended for.
Worklets are organized into categories, such as: Software, Utility, Security, among others.
Automox team member who created the worklet
Time and date when the worklet was last updated
Search the Worklet Catalog
You can use the search bar to search for a worklet by name. You can enter partial names and as many search items as you want. The results include any matching data and do not exclude other matches.
Use the Column drop-down menu on the right to select which table columns you want to include or exclude from view.
Select or clear any checkboxes to control the page view.
You can change the order of the columns by dragging the selected column name to the desired position.
You can sort the list by clicking the arrow at the column headers.
There are two ways to view the details of a verified Automox worklet.
Click the Worklet Name in the table.
Open the Actions menu on the right of the worklet you want to view details for and click View Details.
The Worklet Details window show you the evaluation and remediation code for the selected worklet.
You can scroll through the code to view the details.
To edit the code presented in a worklet from the catalog, you must first add it to a policy. Click Create Policy.
The Create Worklet page opens and you can make desired changes to code, set a schedule, and configure user notifications.
Contact Automox Support (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further assistance.