Cisco Secure Desktop Configuration Guide for Cisco ASA 5500 Series Administrators, Release 3.4.1
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Table Of Contents

A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - K - L - N - O - P - R - S - T - U - W - X -

Index

A

Advanced Endpoint Assessment 1-3

Allow e-mail applications to work transparently, attribute 6-12

B

Basic Host Scan 1-2, 3-1

bookmarks 6-13

browser

home page and favorites 6-12

restrict 6-10

C

Cache Cleaner

instructions6-5to 6-6

Use Module, attribute 6-2

Windows 6-5

Check for keystroke loggers, attribute 4-13, 6-3

Checksum, attribute 5-7

Clean the whole cache in addition to the current session cache, attribute 6-6

command prompt, disable 6-12

configuration settings, transfer to another security appliance 1-9

Customize bookmarks, pane 6-13

Customize bookmarks, window 6-13

D

data.xml 1-9

Default prelogin policy 1-8

delete See Secure Delete

deleting files 6-12

desktop switching 6-7

Disable access to network drives and network folders, attribute 6-11

Disable access to removable drives and removable folders, attribute 6-12

Disable Cancel button, attribute 6-6

Disable command prompt access 6-12

Disable printing, attribute 6-12

Disable registry modification, attribute 6-12

DoD delete See Secure Delete

Does not exist, criterion for a registry key or file 5-5

drive access 6-11, 6-12

Dword 5-4, 5-5

E

e-mail 6-12

Enable Secure Desktop inactivity timeout, attribute 6-8

Enable switching between Secure Desktop and local desktop, attribute 6-7

Enable Vault Reuse, attribute 6-8

encryption 6-9

Endpoint Assessment 1-3

Exists, criterion for a file 5-7

Exists, criterion for a registry key or file 5-4

F

favorites 6-13

file criteria 5-2

folders in favorites or bookmarks 6-13

Force admin control on list of safe modules, attribute 4-13, 6-3, 6-4

Force application uninstall upon Secure Desktop closing, attribute 6-8

G

global settings 1-8, 9-1

H

Hidden URL, attribute 6-6

hives 3-5, 5-4

HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT 3-5, 5-4

HKEY_CURRENT_USER 3-5, 5-4

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE 3-5, 5-4, 5-5

HKEY_USERS 3-5, 5-4

Home Page, attribute 6-13

home prelogin policy, example configuration 1-4, 4-1

Host Scan 1-8

hostscan.log A-2

I

inactivity timer 6-8

installing CSD 2-1

IP address 5-10

K

Keystroke Logger1-8, 4-12to4-13, 6-3to 6-4

L

Launch cleanup upon closing of all browser instances, attribute 6-6

Launch cleanup upon timeout based on inactivity, attribute 6-6, 6-8

Launch hidden URL after installation, attribute 6-5

Launch the following application after installation, attribute 6-9

List of Safe Modules, pane 6-3

local desktop, switch 6-7

Logging Level 9-1

N

navigation 1-7

network drive access 6-11

O

Open following web page after Secure Desktop closes, attribute 6-9

P

Prelogin Policy

example configuration 4-1

menu option 1-8

printing 6-12

public prelogin policy, example configuration 1-4, 4-2

R

registry

criteria 5-2

disable modification 6-12

removable drive access 6-12

Restrict application usage to the web browser only, attribute 6-10

restricted mode 6-10

reusing CSD settings 1-9

S

safe modules 4-13, 6-4

secure, example configuration 1-4, 4-1, 5-10

Secure Delete

Cache Cleaner 6-6

Secure Desktop 6-9

Secure Desktop

Browser 1-8, 6-12

configuring 5-1, 6-1

force uninstall 6-8

General1-8, 6-7to 6-9

inactivity timeout 6-8

local desktop switch 6-7

Manager, establishing a session 1-7

open web page when closing 6-9

prompt to uninstall 6-8

Settings window1-8, 6-10to 6-12

Suggest application uninstall, attribute 6-8

Use Module, attribute 6-2

Vault Reuse, attribute 6-8

Secure Desktop Customization menu option 1-8

Show success message at the end of successful installation, attribute 6-6

String value, attribute of a registry key as an endpoint criterion 5-5

Suggest application uninstall upon Secure Desktop closing, attribute 6-8

T

Timeout after, attribute 6-6, 6-8

transparent e-mail 6-12

U

URLs on home page and favorites 6-12

W

whitelist See Restrict application usage to the web browser only

X

xml 1-9