E-mail Message for Administrative Alerts
Use this dialog box to customize the predefined contents of the
e-mail message for administrative alerts based on the
The e-mail template contains the following information:
Message subject - The text
used in the Subject line of the e-mail message. By default,
the subject text of the e-mail message for administrative alerts is
as follows: DeviceLock Administrative Alert.
Message body - The text used
in the body of the e-mail message. DeviceLock can send either the
plain text body or an HTML version of the message body. The message
body includes static text and macros. By default, the static text
in the message body is as follows: The following event has
occurred:. You can use the following predefined macros in the
Subject line and/or the body of the e-mail message:
%EVENT_TYPE% - inserts the
class of an event: either Success for allowed access or
Failure for denied access.
%COMP_NAME% - inserts the
name of the computer from which the event was received.
%DATE_TIME% - inserts the
date and time when the event was received by DeviceLock Service.
The date and time are displayed based on the client computer's
regional and language settings.
%SOURCE% - inserts the type
of device or protocol involved.
%ACTION% - inserts the
user's activity type.
%NAME% - inserts the name of
the object (file, USB device, etc.).
%INFO% - inserts the other
device-specific information for the event, such as the access
flags, device names, and so on.
%REASON% - inserts the cause
of the event.
%USER_NAME% - inserts the
name of the user associated with this event.
%USER_SID% - inserts the
security identifier (SID) of the user associated with this
%PROC_NAME% - inserts the
name of the process associated with this event.
%PROC_ID% - inserts the
identifier of the process associated with this event.
%EVENT_ID% - inserts a
number identifying the particular event type.
These macros are replaced with their actual values at the
message generation time.
In the dialog box, you can also do the following:
Change the message format for all
messages to HTML or plain text. To do so, click either Text
or HTML. By default, e-mail messages are sent in plain text
Load the specified message body
from a tab-delimited text file (.txt). To do so, click Load.
The entire contents of the file are loaded. The text can be either
plain text or HTML as needed.
Restore the default settings. To do
so, click Restore Defaults.