DeviceLock Security Policies (Offline Profile)
DeviceLock provides greater protection of sensitive corporate information in disconnected environments. Now you can control user access to devices and protocols as well as shadow copying of the data written by the user or transmitted over the network in different offline scenarios. DeviceLock also offers more management flexibility, as you can define different online vs. offline security policies for the same user or set of users.
A user's online policies are applied when connected to the corporate network, or specified DeviceLock Enterprise Servers, or Active Directory domain controllers. Offline policies are applied when the user is working disconnected from the corporate network, or specified DeviceLock Enterprise Servers, or Active Directory domain controllers.
To configure DeviceLock to enforce different policies for online vs. offline scenarios begin by setting permissions for two profile types:
You can use different regular vs. offline profiles for Permissions, Auditing, Shadowing & Alerts, USB Devices White List, Media White List, Protocols White List, Content-Aware Rules, Basic IP Firewall, and Security Settings.
You can manage offline security policies in much the same way as you manage online (regular) policies except for a few variations.
For information about how to configure offline mode detection settings, see "Offline Mode Detection."