Application Management parameters
The following parameters are provided:
Indicates via which type the application was added to the list of managed applications, that is, if it was added from the software inventory or as a user defined application.
The number of times the application is installed on the devices in the network.
The version number of the application.
The name of the executable file of the application.
The checksum of the executable file of the application.
File Size (Bytes)
The size of the executable file of the application.
Select the application type of the application list, that is, if the applications of the list are to be monitored, protected or prohibited.
Local Backup Copy
Defines if a copy of the protected application is to be stored on the local device.
Defines if the protection scheme includes the sub-directories of the application directory. This may be applicable for larger applications having sub-directories with do not only contain user created but application data, such as libraries or filters.
File Type Filter
By default all files in the main directory as well as the sub-directories if specified are included. If you do not want to include all files enter into this field the list of file extension which are to be included in the selfhealing package. The files are a comma separated list with wildcard characters, such as .exe,.dll,.bat, etc. If you are limiting the files to be protected they should not include any type of file that is user created, such as *.doc,.txt, etc., as newer files may be erased by older ones in case of a selfhealing operation. You may also exclude these via the next parameter.
Exclude File Types
By default all file types are included for protection and selfhealing. In this field you may specify a list of file types which are not to be protected and thus included in the selfhealing package. The files are a comma separated list with wildcard characters, such as .txt,.doc,*.tmp, etc. In this field you may limit for example any type of file that is user created, such as Word documents, Excel spreadsheet, etc., as newer files may be erased by older ones in case of a selfhealing operation.