Applies To:Show Versions
- 15.1.2, 15.1.0
About Customization and Localization
What are customization and localization?
About the Customization tool
Starting the Customization tool
- On the Main tab, click.The Customization tool appears, in Basic Customization view.
About basic, general, and advanced customization
Basic customization provides a limited set of options intended for quick modification of the objects that are commonly displayed to users. This is the default customization view. Use this to configure basic look and feel for pages, and common text labels and captions for resources on the webtop. Different options exist depending on the Customization Type selected when the policy was created.
This view provides a tree structure containing all the configuration elements, and more detailed options to customize objects, such as:
- Full/Mobile browser: To configure pages that are viewed in a web browser or on a mobile device.
- BIG-IP Edge Client: To configure the appearance and messages that appear in the BIG-IP Edge Client for a platform or device.
- Branding: Customization controls for the look of the user interface, such as fonts, images, colors, and general layout.
- Text: Customization for personalization of the text and messages that appear for each language specified in an access profile.
About customization types
Which objects can be customized?
- App Tunnels
- Network Access
- Remote Desktops
- SAML Resources
- Portal Access
- Webtop Links
- Webtop Sections
- OAuth Client Applications
- OAuth Scopes
- Access Profiles (Per-Session or Per-Request Policies):
- Framework Installation
- Endpoint Security (EPS)
- Error Messages
- Logout (=Ending Pages-Deny)
- Decision Box*
- Ending Denied*
- Message Box*
- OAuth Authz*
Items customizable in the VPE or customization tool
- Message Box
- Decision Box
- Ending Denied
- OAuth Authz
About access profile/per-request policy objects and settings
These settings affect any UI page that displays when the policy runs. The settings affect text, such as headers and footers and commonly used messages, and look and feel.
Settings are available to specify an image and text for a page that displays on logout, when access is denied, when a new session must be started, and so on.
Settings are available for logon page-type actions (logon page, HTTP 401 response, HTTP 407 response, VMware View logon) that are included in the access policy (directly or through the inclusion of a macro). Settings affect the text and look and feel for the specific object.
Settings are available for each specific Decision Box action included in the access policy. The settings affect the text and look and feel for the specific object.
Settings are available for each specific Message Box action included in the access policy. The settings affect the text and look and feel for the specific object.
Settings are available for an Ending Deny page and affect the text and look and feel for the page.
OAuth Authorization Pages
Shows Allow and Deny buttons, title, and scope message (such as asking for mail) choices provided to Allow to Deny.