Direct Connect overview
Direct Connect provides a communication channel for other Tanium™ modules and a central location for configuring and administering direct endpoint connections across modules.
With Direct Connect, you can configure the connection settings that are shared by Tanium modules for establishing direct endpoint connections. Direct Connect manages the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) and port information that direct endpoint connections use, and generates and installs certificates that authenticate connections between endpoints and the Tanium™ Module Server.
Use the Direct Connect service with Performance to view historical process-level data from a single endpoint for analysis and troubleshooting.
Protect encryption management policies use Direct Connect to securely retrieve encryption keys from the endpoint.
You can review open and pending endpoint sessions across Tanium modules. Use active endpoint connections to see the active connections on the server.
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