How to hide exit/quit option of OnGuard agent in the windows system tray?

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Requirement:

Hiding exit/quit option of OnGuard agent in the windows system tray to prevent the user from exiting the agent.

 

 



Solution:

OnGuard agent exit option can be hidden through an agent based enforcement. 



Configuration:

Create an agent based enforcement profile as shown below and apply the same in the OnGuard Health-Check/WEBAuth service to hide the exit/quit option of the OnGuard agent on the windows client.

Creating the enforcement profile:

Mapping the enforcement profile to the service.

 

If the agent based enforcement profile is already exist in the Health-Check/WebAuth service for different action, then the "Enable to hide Quit option" can also be added to the same enforcement profile instead of creating a new profile.

 



Verification

The Access Tracker output will confirm the "HideQuitOption" being applied to the agent followed by the Health-Check.

 

The below log from the OnGuard agent on Windows client confirms the attribute "HideQuitOption" received with the value True.

2016-09-27 21:41:37,391 [Th 0000df1c] INFO  OnGuardPlugin.AuthSession - ProcessResponse: Response={status=0, statusMsg=, sohrSize=279, opaqueAuthState=04l5l/o7Nx7KBHcN7ZjmDM1efqf2RMFgwNgrPsSae4KD0N9DoCLsiS/U8MZPVoiZKowEy83tzHvq75yVyARtZuZT0GcPHj0NqdJgGSHE55Z3PRu/ZepuOLZZIK6x3mMOwVX0DboB94izwYyv+XxHAgqEGoLmFOJzKb+FLBb4pwg=, attributes=[{N=BounceClient V=false}, {N=Message V=System is healthy}, {N=HideQuitOption V=true}, ]}

 

As a final result, the exit option in the system tray is removed when you right client on the agent icon.

 

 

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