Close Google Desktop Search
Specifies whether to close Google Desktop Search before starting protected workspace.
Allow user to temporarily switch from Protected Workspace
Specifies whether a user can switch from the protected workspace. When set to
, the action provides a link so that the user can temporarily
switch from the protected workspace.
Allow user to use printers
Specifies whether a user can use printers.
Allow write access to USB flash drives
Specifies whether a user can write from the protected workspace to USB flash drives:
does not allow users to write to any USB flash drives from
the protected workspace.
All USB flash drives
allows a user to write to any USB flash drive
from the protected workspace.
Only IronKey Secure Flash Drives
allows a user to write only to
specialized, highly secured flash drives created by IronKey, Inc., from the protected
Allow user to burn CDs
Specifies whether a user can burn CDs from within the protected workspace.
Allow user to choose storage location
Specifies whether a user can choose the storage location for protected workspace files:
allows users to select a storage location.
stores files in the user's Document and Settings directory.
Enable persistent storage
Specifies whether data is saved on the system after the Protected Workspace session is closed:
allows users to save encrypted data from the Protected
Workspace session on the local system after the session exits. The files are automatically
decrypted and available in the next Protected Workspace session.
prevents users from storing Protected Workspace data in
Password protect new storage
Specifies whether the protected workspace requires a password to access data in persistent
requires the user to set a password to access persistent
uses the default encryption and decryption, which is based on
the server group name and storage device volume serial number.
Clean memory on exit from PWS
Specifies whether, upon exit, Protected Workspace tries to clean up the
system paging file and RAM to remedy information leaks.
Workspace to perform a cleanup. The cleanup procedure stresses the system and can
considerably increase session cleaning time.
Workspace to skip the cleanup.
Server group name
Specifies a group name for the server. This name is arbitrary, but limits persistent
storage to that group name. For example, if a user connects to a protected workspace on a
server with group name GroupA, and persistent storage is enabled, the user data is available
when reconnecting to a server with the group nameGroupA. However, if the user then connects to
a server with persistent storage enabled, and the server group name GroupB, persistent data
from the GroupAProtected Workspace session is not available in the new session, and a new
persistent storage is defined