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List of current feature restrictions in Goverlan

Goverlan has many features however these features can be restricted based on preferences.


Using Goverlan’s administrative GPO Template or the Goverlan Central Server, features can be restricted to comply with organizational policies.

Here is a comprehensive list of features that can be restricted.

As of 5/5/2017

Client Side

Remote Control > Disable ‘View Log’ option in Control Panel
Remote Control > Disable ‘Disconnect Remote User’ in notification

Operator Side

Remote Control Protocol > Disable VNC
Remote Control Protocol > Disable TELNET/SSH
Remote Control Protocol > Disable RDP
Remote Control Protocol > Disable ATM KVM
Remote Control > No Session Capturing
Remote Control > No Clipboard Transfer
Remote Control > No Chat Access
Remote Control > Force Observe Only
Remote Control > Admin-Mode Feature Settings
Do Not Allow: Reach On-Demand Permanent Installs
Do Not Allow: Reach On-Demand Session Generator
Do Not Allow: Goverlan Software Update Notification
Do Not Allow: WMIX
Do Not Allow: Windows Auto Login Configuration
Do Not Allow: Task Manager
Do Not Allow: SureData Advanced Settings
Do Not Allow: Stand By of machines
Do Not Allow: Scope Actions
Do Not Allow: Remote Command Prompt
Do Not Allow: Power Off / Restart of Machines
Do Not Allow: Logoff / Session Reset of users
Do Not Allow: File Manager
Do Not Allow: Chat

Configuring Feature Restrictions

Goverlan Admin GPO Template

Restriction can be configured by the Goverlan Admin GPO Template that is provided with your Goverlan installation. Learn more about how to install and configure the Goverlan Admin GPO Template.

Navigate to:

Computer Configuration –> Policies –> Administrative Templates: Policy Definitions –> Goverlan Universal Settings –> Goverlan Features Restrictions

Goverlan Central Server

The Goverlan Central Server’s Universal Settings Distribution feature can also enforce these policies on Goverlan Modules or Goverlan Agents. See also: Installing and configuring the Goverlan Central Server.

Navigate to:

Universal Settings Distribution tab –> Goverlan Features Restrictions

Configure the policies that are required for your organization.

Updated on February 20, 2019

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