© 2014 Impero Solutions Ltd.
© 2014 Impero Solutions Ltd.
Force a shutdown when user is idle for more than - This option allows Impero to shut the machine down when a machine
has been idle for a specified number of minutes.
Action to perform when users raise 'Minor'/'Moderate'/'Severe' violations - You can perform an action after a violation
is triggered a specified number of times at each of the different levels. The actions you can set are to have the screen
locked, the Internet disabled, log the user off or to move the user to a specific group, all for a specified amount of time.
Once the time has expired they are automatically removed from that group.
2 - Workstation Settings
Alert consoles when HD space < 200MB - This will display an alert within the Impero console for stations with less than
200MB of space.
Hide 'Request Assistance' links - This will disable the request assistance links.
Hide 'Open Impero Console' menu item - This will disable the 'Open Impero Console' item on the system tray icon menu.
Hide Impero Workstation tasktray icon - This will disable the Impero system tray icon.
Disable Workstation - This will cause Impero client to disable. However, users can still open the Impero Console.
Hide Desktop Shortcut - This will disable the 'Impero Console' desktop shortcut.
Only filter Internet Explorer web traffic (disable the internal Impero Proxy) - This will cause the Impero Proxy to be
disabled, which means only Internet Explorer traffic will be filtered. Other browsers, such as Chrome and Firefox will not be
Disable pCredit (Printer Credit System) - This will disable the Impero Printer Credit System.
Add Date, Time, Username and Computer name to each printed page - If the Impero Printer Credit System is enabled,
this will add date, time, user and computer name information to the bottom of each page that is printed.
Show floating information form - This will open the Impero floating information form which contains a link to request
help as well as icons to show which group blocks are currently applied to the user (Image 81.6).
Image 81.6 - Floating Information Form
3 - Console Settings
Allow Impero Console users to bypass group policies for Low or Medium Groups - If you tick this box, users with access
to the Impero Console will ignore low and medium group policies.
Do not show battery level warnings - Stop Impero alerting you to a low battery on a client machine.
Hide layered windows when remote controlling - Enabling this option allows you to see hidden window layers in some
programs when remote controlling a computer. For example, some Microsoft applications have hidden layers that you
would not see on regular remote control session. However, with this option enabled these layers will always be visible, or
you can also set it on a per session basis by clicking 'Capture Transparency' in the 'Settings' menu.
The group settings are applied depending on the 'Priority' of the group they are set for. A higher priority group will take
precedence over lower priority groups when applying group settings for users. To see what group settings are being applied for a
user, right click the user, choose 'Properties' and view the 'Resultant Set of Settings