Computer Tab

The Computer tab shows the computer default options that govern how clients interact with the Application Server.

The following table describes the Computer tab default options and setting values.

Option Value Description
Client Hardening Disabled Feature is inactive. This is the default value.
Basic
  • Prevents users from deleting shadow files and log entries.
  • Allows an administrator to uninstall the client using Endpoint Maintenance.
Extended
  • Prevents users from deleting shadow files and log entries.
  • Allows an administrator to uninstall the client using the Salt value defined with Endpoint Maintenance.
eDirectory Translation Disabled eDirectory user account information is not shown with the Windows account information. This is the default value.
Enabled eDirectory user account information is shown with the Windows account information.
Endpoint Status Do not Show Does not show the client in the Windows system tray and suppresses all event notifications except local authorization.
Show All Shows the client in the Windows system tray. Users can view all client status information. This is the default value.
Show All without Shadow Shows the client in the Windows system tray. Users can view all client status information, excluding shadow policy information.
Show Allowed Shows the client in the Windows system tray. Users can only view device status information for devices allowed for the client.
Show Allowed without Shadow Shows the client in the Windows system tray. Users can only view devices status information allowed for the client, excluding shadow policy information.
Show Configured Shows the client in the Windows system tray. Users can only view device status information for devices configured for the client.
Show Configured without Shadow Shows the client in the Windows system tray. Users can only view devices status information allowed for the client, excluding shadow file policies.
Execution Blocking Blocking mode Denies local file authorization. This is the default value.
Non-blocking mode Allows local file authorization. Non-blocking mode applies only to executable files.
Execution Eventlog No events logged Does not send a log entry to the Windows Event Log when a file access is denied. This is the default value.
Access-denied logged Sends a log entry to the Windows Event Log when file access is denied.
Denied and non-blocked access Sends a log entry to the Windows Event Log when a user requests access to an unauthorized file.
Execution Log Log everything Creates an Application Server log entry for every executable file access event.
Log access denied Creates an Application Server log entry for every denied executable file access event.
Logging disabled Does not creates Application Server log entries.
Log Denied and Unmanaged Execution Creates client log entries for every denied executable file access event and executable files and scripts which are executed but not expressly authorized, such as through local authorization.
Execution Notification No notifications Does not notify the user of file execution actions.
Access-denied Notifies the user when execution is denied. The user always receives an Access Denied message from Windows, there is no way to suppress this message.
Denied and non-blocked access Notifies the user when the system is in non-blocking mode or in blocking mode and file access is denied.
Local Authorization

Enabled

Local file authorization is allowed. This is the default value.
Disabled Local file authorization is not allowed.
Log upload interval 180 (Default) Time, shown in seconds, that the client batches log entries.

Caution: Event logs do not upload from the client when the server or database are unavailable. Log upload will occur the next time the client connects to the server and/or database

Log upload threshold 10000 (Default) Defines the number of lines written to the log before the client uploads the log to the Application Server log.
Log upload time 05:00 (Default) Time of day that the client uploads the log to the Application Server log.
Log upload delay 3600 (Default) Random time, shown in seconds, that the client delays after the Log upload time before uploading the log to the Application Server log.
Server Address Not configured (Default) Defines the IP address or fully qualified DNS name for the Application Server that the client connects to.
SysLog server address Not configured (Default) Defines the Syslog server address and, optionally, the port number to use.

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