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How to configure User Access Rights Verification in Comodo Client Security

Release Time
09/11/2020
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Introduction 

Some features of Comodo Client Security requires elevated rights to perform certain actions.  To perform these actions current users need to prove that they have sufficient rights to do so.
The admin or technician can set User Access Rights Verification to validate other user actions. To configure this User Access Rights Verification, please follow the below steps


User Access Rights Verification:

Go to Comodo Client Security  > Settings > General Settings > User Interface. In this section, the Admin or Technician user can configure user access rights verification. 
This "User Access Rights Verification " prompts the end-user to provide  the user access rights  to perform certain actions on Comodo Client Security
 

 

Setting the User Access Rights Verification

The Admin or Technician user can select the type of access rights verification based on his choice.

They are

  1. Comodo dialog box
     
  2. Windows UAC


Step [a]: Selecting Comodo dialog box

Select this "Comodo dialog" option from the drop-down and then click "Ok".



Now the "Comodo dialog" is enabled as User access rights verification. When a user tries to perform some actions on Comodo Client Security, it prompts a comodo dialog box to the current user at his endpoint. After entering the password by the current user, then only the user can perform his action on Comodo Client Security.

For Example:
If a user wants to make changes in containment settings, then a Comodo dialog box is prompted at the current user’s endpoint requires verification from that user.

A sample screenshot is given below



Note:

You can configure password for Comodo Client Security from Endpoint Manager> ‘Configuration Templates’ > ‘Profiles’ > click the name of a Windows profile > 'Add Profile Section' > 'Client Access Control. See this wiki to know more. 
 

Step [b]: Selecting Windows UAC

Select  this "Windows UAC" option from the drop-down and then click “Ok”.





Now the "Windows UAC" is enabled as User access rights verification. When a user tries to perform some actions on Comodo Client Security, it prompts a Windows UAC access to the current user at his endpoint. After providing access by the current user, then only the user can perform his action on Comodo Client Security.

For Example:

If a user wants to enable or disable the HIPS of an end user. Then the "Windows UAC" access is prompted at the current user’s endpoint requires verification from that user.

A sample screenshot is given below