Group Policy Support in Reflection
Reflection's Group Policy support provides administrators with an added tool for customizing and securing Reflection applications.
To use policies, the Reflection policy template must first be added to your policy editor as explained below. Each group policy features a description of what it can do on the Explain tab of the Properties sheet.
To install the Reflection policy template
- Locate ReflectionPolicy.adm in the adm folder in your Reflection distribution folder (or CD). This file needs to be available from the computer on which you will configure Group Policy.
Note: The ADM template file is required for adding the template to the Group Policy Editor, but after you have added the template, the file is no longer needed.
- Run the Group Policy editor using one of the following techniques:
- Type the following at the command line:
- In the Active Directory Users and Computers console, open the properties for an Organizational Unit, click the Group Policy tab, and edit or create a new policy object.
- Under User Configuration, right-click Administrative Templates and select Add/Remove Templates.
- In the Add/Remove Templates dialog box, click Add and browse to locate the ReflectionPolicy.adm file. Open the template, and then close the Add/Remove Templates dialog box.
Note: Most Reflection policies are configured per user. On Windows XP, view and edit these policies under Local Computer Policy > User Configuration > Administrative Templates > Reflection Settings. On newer Windows systems, view and edit these policies under Local Computer Policy > User Configuration > Administrative Templates > Classic Administrative Templates (ADM) > Reflection Settings.
The following policies are available for Reflection for Secure IT and Reflection FTP Client.
* Does not apply to Reflection for Secure IT
**Does not apply to Reflection FTP Client
View and edit Reflection settings under under Local Computer Policy > User Configuration > Administrative Templates > [Classic Administrative Templates (ADM)] > Reflection Setting.
Under Reflection Settings:
Allow Start Screen
Allow Reflection to save passwords *
Allow files to be sent to host computers
Allow files to be received from host computers
Allow Sessions without Settings Files **
Allow tracing for troubleshooting **
Migration of settings from F-Secure to Reflection **
Allow unencrypted connections *
Folder for the default Auto Update file **
Settings only in these Folders **
Under Reflection Settings > When Reflection Exits:
Prompt if connected when user exits Reflection
Prompt when exiting all Reflection sessions
If there are unsaved changes **
Under Reflection Settings > Application Programming Interfaces:
Allow scripts and macros on the startup command line *
Allow other applications to use Reflection's OLE Automation interface *
Allow Reflection FTP Client Scripting *