Defining Default Options
You can set global options that govern certain aspects of how protected clients interact with Ivanti Device and Application Control. These settings apply to all servers or computers protected by Ivanti Device and Application Control.
Administrators can customize global system options for:
- Types of events logged.
- Types of notification users receive.
- Rules governing detection and notification of USB key loggers.
- Displaying the client icon in the system tray.
- Defining the shadow directory.
- Generating certificates from the client.
- Sending endpoint maintenance tickets to clients.
- Detecting online and offline device usage.
- Conditions that allow users to authorize unknown applications locally.
Default options can be set for:
- All computers.
- All users.
- Specific computers, users, or user groups.
- Default Options page
You use the Default Options page in the Tools module to change or set global defaults option Device Control feature behavior. You can set global options that govern certain aspects of how protected clients interact with the Ivanti Device and Application Control system. These settings apply to all servers or computers protected by Ivanti Device and Application Control.
- Default Option Precedence Rules
Default options can have different settings at the user, group, computer, or global level.
- Changing Default Options
You can modify the default options settings to govern the interactions between the Application Server, database, and clients.
- Synchronizing Domains
- Database Clean Up
- Defining User Access
- Sending Permissions and File Authorization Updates to Computers
- Exporting Permissions and File Authorization Settings
- Authorizing Temporary Permission Offline
- Recovering Encryption Key Passwords
- Working with Endpoint Maintenance
- Managing Path Rules
- Defining Spread Check
- CPA Compliance Mode Configuration Window