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Feature availability
Operating systemsWARP mode requiredZero Trust plans
macOS, Windows, LinuxWARP with GatewayAll plans

Cloudflare Zero Trust can check if SentinelOne is running on a device to determine if a request should be allowed to reach a protected resource.

​​ Prerequisites

Before you start, make sure SentinelOne is installed on your machine.

​​ Configure the SentinelOne check

  1. In Zero Trust, go to Settings > WARP Client.

  2. Scroll down to WARP client checks and select Add new.

  3. Select SentinelOne.

  4. You will be prompted for the following information:

    1. Name: Enter a unique name for this device posture check.
    2. Operating system: Select your operating system. You will need to configure one posture check per operating system (macOS and Windows currently supported).
    3. Application Path: Enter the full path to the SentinelOne process to be checked (for example, c:\program files\SentinelOne\SentinelOne.exe).
    4. Signing certificate thumbprint (recommended): Enter the thumbprint of the publishing certificate used to sign the binary. This proves the binary came from SentinelOne and is the recommended way to validate the process.
    5. SHA-256 (optional): Enter a SHA-256 value. This is used to validate the SHA256 signature of the binary and ensures the integrity of the binary file on the device. Note: do not fill out this field unless you strictly control updates to SentinelOne, as this will change between versions.

Next, verify that the SentinelOne check is returning the expected results.