The ggLeap client provides ample security that will prevent users (or to some extent, employees) from accessing certain areas of the PCs. However, the default security feature of the client does not cover all of the possible areas that could be vulnerable to users that are creative enough to think of ways to circumvent the system.
Our security policy feature is a handy feature that can be customized according to your preferrence and will beef up weak points in the client PC. To get started, go to Settings > Client configuration > Security.
Security policy has a built-in PC grouping function that will enable you to set specific security setting for different groups of PCs. Note that existing PC groups under Groups config cannot be applied in here.
-To create a new security group, simply click "+ Add security group" button.
-To assign a PC to a group, right click on the PC to open the menu and select the PC group.
Security settings is divided into two sections: System and Browser settings. See below for the description and function of each options:
Task Manager - Enable/disable Task Manager from being accessible from the client PC.
Batch Files - Enable/disable batch files from being used in startup command.
USB Access - Enable/disable USB storage device from being accessible in the client PC.
PowerShell - Enable/disable access to Windows PowerShell.
Power Button Action - Enable/disable power button action.
Disabled hard drives - This will prevent access to any selected drives.
Blocked Applications - This will block any specified applications from running in the client PC (e.g. notepad.exe).
Incognito Mode - This will allow you to choose any of the following browser settings:
-Available: Users will be able to open browsers in normal or incognito mode.
-Disabled: Users will not be able to open browsers in incognito mode.
-Forced: Browsers will be only in incognito mode by default.
File Explorer - Enable/disable File explorer from being accessible via a web browser.
File Download - Enable/disable files from being downloaded on a browser.
Extensions - Enable/disable extensions for web browsers.
URL Blacklist - Any URL placed in this field will be blocked from being accessed in the web browser.
NOTE: Browser settings will only work with Chrome and Edge.