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ZFD 7 Remote Control Auditing and logs

ZFD 7 Remote Control Auditing and logs

ZFD 7 Remote Control Auditing and logs

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I am using ZFD 7 and among other things the remote control function. It works fine My only problem is that you can go into Console One (providing your and anmin) and over ride policy so that you can remote to a users workstation without their knowledge. My auditors just flip over that one. I need to be able to do one of two things. Either stop the ablity of my admins to override the policy or at the very least log the fact that they did over ride the policy. I would think that console one logs that some where but I can't find it. Anyone have any ideas? Thanks.

RE: ZFD 7 Remote Control Auditing and logs

There is a remote control report in the zenworks inventory reporting feature


You can also enter in an IRF on the policy so that only specific people can change it.

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