You can run a FireAMP Connector service in the background and hide the Client User Interface from users. It prevents an end user from seeing notifications for any activities with cloud, file and network. This article describes the options that allows the Connector to run as a service but the user interface components do not run.
In order to hide a FireAMP Connector using the Client User Interface of a FireAMP Cloud console, follow the steps below
1. Log into the FireAMP Console and navigate to Management > Policies.
2. Click Edit on the policy you want to modify.
3. Expand Client User Interface under the General tab.
4. Uncheck the box for Start Client User Interface. This option allows you to specify whether or not to completely hide the Connector user interface. Unchecking this option will let the Connector run as a service but the user interface components will not run.
5. Check the box for Hide File Notifications and Hide Network Notifications.
- Hide File Notifications suppresses notifications from being displayed to the user when a malicious file is convicted or quarantined by the Connector.
- Hide Network Notifications suppresses notifications from being displayed to the user when a malicious network connection is detected or blocked by the Connector.
Optionally, you can uncheck Cloud Notifications are balloon pop-ups that come from the Notification Center when the FireAMP Connector is successfully connected to the cloud. It displays the number of users and detections registered to the cloud.
6. Click Update Policy.
Now, on the next policy check, the FireAMP Connectors will receive the new policy and settings. After the next reboot, the FireAMP Connector client Interface will not start and the end user will not see any notifications from the FireAMP Connector.