After you have installed AppDefense plug-in, you can access AppDefense from vSphere Client. The AppDefense () icon appears in the left navigation pane and in the Shortcuts menu of the vSphere Client. Using the AppDefense Plug-In Dashboard To view the AppDefense plug-in dashboard, click the AppDefense () icon. The Summary tab is your default home page. Using AppDefense In vSphere ClientYou can access AppDefense information in the vSphere Client from the hosts on which you have installed the AppDefense Host Module, and VMs where you have installed AppDefense Guest Module. Evaluating a ProcessYou can now monitor and evaluate processes from the AppDefense plug-in. Processes are the standard executable of an application. svchost.exe is a standard executable of a Microsoft service. OS Integrity AlertsYou can now view the OS Integrity Alerts on the AppDefense plug-in dashboard. OS Integrity verifies operating system (OS) of the virtual machine (VM) and integrity of all installed drivers, including the guest agent drivers. Integrity alerts are applicable only for the Windows VMs. vCenter Server administrator is alerted when security events are triggered, prompting additional investigation. Monitoring VulnerabilitiesAs an vCenter Server administrator, you always want to minimize the emergency downtime. You can now monitor all data center vulnerabilities from the AppDefense plug-in. You can locate vulnerabilities using AppDefense and align the scheduled downtime with vulnerability patches or updates. So, with the help of AppDefense, you can proactively minimize the risk of an emergency downtime. To enable the vulnerability assessment feature, you should have AppDefense Service (SaaS) subscription and the AppDefense Appliance must be connected to AppDefense Service (SaaS). Vulnerability feature is supported from AppDefense Appliance version 188.8.131.52 or later.