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Everything DISA STIGs for your Network

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Created by Robert Stidman, last modified by MindTouch on Jun 23, 2016

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This article describes the DISA STIG information provided by CourtesyIT.  The intent is to follow this article to alert you to new content and discussions about being DISA STIG Compliant. 


Note: This information is not endorsed by DISA or Solarwinds, but merely one interpretation of the requirements.


All STIG-requiring Orion setups


1. Getting Started

These links provides ways to get started and how this process can work for you.

How to Use the Compliance Feature in Solarwinds.pdf

How to Create a Policy Report.pdf


2.  How to Create a STIG Dashboard and View

This link provides a document for you to download and build a Dashboard to show your success with the NCM Compliance feature.

DISA STIG Dashboard


3.  Reports by Vendor

These links are based on Vendor STIGs.  For best results, download these reports through NCM.  Navigate via Configs Tab > Compliance > Manage Policy Reports > Shared on Thwack Tab.

Cisco Systems

Juniper Networks



Palo Alto




This text document is the raw data for all the rules.  This document can be used as a policy or baseline for all rules in the event submission is required for the coding and configuration of your Compliance Solution.



5.  DISA STIG Matrix

This document is a matrix to validate which rules are applied to which type of functional device.

DISA STIG Matrix - Cisco


6. Other Customization's

This link is a random sampling of various customizations in Thwackers Content pages. 

         How to do various customizations with your Solarwinds


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