Using the Graphical Interface Tool The following procedure describes how to use the MBSA GUI tool. To use the MBSA GUI tool to scan for updates and patches On the Programs menu, click Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer. All you need is install workstation part on a local computer (where your scanner is attached) and server part on remote computer. Scanner Support Virtually any TWAIN or WIA document scanners are supported.
Scan Redirector RDP Edition is Useful When You are using VDI solutions and need to be able to scan inside a virtual desktop or virtual machine. The software consists of two parts: workstation part and server part. Correcting Issues Found For each issue listed in the scan report, click the How to correct this link. This How To reviews each mode separately, although both modes can be performed in the same pass.
Scan Redirector supports any TWAIN or WIA scanners, it does not matter whether they attached to USB, SCSI or any other port of your computer. On the remote side, Scan Redirector supports scanning with any TWAIN-enabled application. Tip: Run (and Automate) Windows Defender from the Command Line Windows Defender includes a command-line utility, MpCmdRun.exe, which can be handy if you want to automate the use of Windows Defender. This mode allows a limited set of command-line switches, including only /catalog, /wa, /wi, /nvc, and /Unicode. Check for Windows administrative vulnerabilities Check for weak passwords Check for IIS administrative vulnerabilities Check for SQL administrative vulnerabilities The advantage of using the MBSA GUI tool is that the report is opened immediately after the local computer is scanned.