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Offline repositories are not counted towards the IP license count. Additionally, the following plugins (listed by ID) are not counted towards the license IP count when scanned using the Ping Host port scanner:
|10180||Ping the remote host|
|11219||Nessus TCP Scanner|
|11933||Do not scan printers|
|14272||Netstat Portscanner (SSH)|
|14274||Nessus SNMP Scanner|
|19506||Nessus Scan Information|
|33812, 33813||Port scanners settings/dependency|
|34220||Netstat Portscanner (WMI)|
|34277||Nessus UDP Scanner|
|45590||Common Platform Enumeration|
In order to collect data, you must link existing scanners to Tenable.io. If you do not already have scanners installed, you must install a scanner on a host and link it to Tenable.io.
You can view Tenable.io scan results in various dashboards. You can configure dashboards using the following steps:
Using the proper external/PCI scan template, customers may need to scan their relevant IP range multiple times. Because it is unlikely that scans will be fully clean, users can remediate and rescan to achieve the cleanest scan possible. Best practices for scans are as follows:
- Create a scan using the one of the PCI scan templates.
- Launch the scan.
On the top navigation bar, click Scans.
The My Scans page appears.
In the My Scans table, click on the scan you wish to submit to PCI validation.
The information page for that scan appears.
Click Submit for PCI.
A Submit Scan for PCI Validation window appears.
Note: If there are any failures in the scan, then a warning message appears recommending that you submit a clean scan. Click Fix Failures to fix any remaining failures.
A Scan Submitted for PCI Validation message appears and the scan appears under Dashboards in your PCI ASV Workbench.