Configuring the Tanium Core Platform

You can use the Tanium Console to configure settings that affect the behavior of various Tanium Core Platform components:

  • Global settings that apply to one or more Tanium Core Platform servers and Tanium Clients (you typically do not modify these settings unless your Technical Account Manager directs you)
  • Allowed URLs for Tanium Client download requests
  • Proxy server settings, if your deployment uses a proxy server
  • Separated and isolated subnets for Tanium Clients
  • Bandwidth throttling for data sent to Tanium Clients
  • Tanium Server license, which enables the entitlements for your Tanium deployment
  • Tanium root keys and subordinate keys, which enable Transport Layer Security (TLS) for communication among Tanium Core Platform components
  • Trust approval to enable communication between Tanium Servers in an active/active high availability (HA) deployment and to enable communication among Tanium Servers, Zone Servers, and Zone Server Hubs
  • Tanium Server (local) settings that govern communication between the server and other Tanium Core Platform components or external servers

For the user roles and permissions required to configure these settings, see Tanium Core Platform configuration permissions.

To configure Tanium Core Platform settings that the Tanium Console does not expose, see the appropriate guide for your deployment: