Policies enable an Administrator to setup global settings for specific groups to be managed collectively.
To setup policies for plug-ins:
1. Click the Policies tab. The Add Policy menu item will be selected by default.
2. Enter a policy name.
3. Enter a description
4. Click the Apply button.
ES1 Add a Policy Tab
5. Your policy is now created and listed under the Policies tab in the left pane on the console.
6. Select the Policy you created from the Policies section.
7. Expand the plug-in you wish to configure. In our example you see Citrix Receiver. From here youcan manage the settings of the SafeCentral SafeDesktop Enterprise client being deployed on the endpoint and enter specific download and server URL to download the plugin on the endpoint if it is not installed.
ES1 Plugin Settings
Allow application to operate within SafeCentral –On the client settings screen determines if the usercan see this setting.
End user cannot change setting –determines if user can change setting
Enforce application runs within SafeCentral only –forces application to run in SecureDesktop Download URL –URL where users will download and install the application
Server URL –URL of landing page associated with the application i.e. location of the VPN server.
8. If a proxy is required you are able to configure this in the Advanced Settings tab.
9. If desired you can also adjust the minutes between update checks for the selected policy by selecting the Updater Settings tab. It is recommended to leave it at the default setting of 360 minutes.
ES1 Plugins Tab
To setup policies for Advanced Settings:
1. Select the policy’s Advanced Settings tab
2. To allow copy and paste between the normal and SecureDesktop enable the setting.
3. To allow end users to change these settings locally on the endpoint enable the setting.
ES1 Advanced Settings Tab