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Safeguard Authentication Services 4.2 - Mac OS X/macOS Administration Guide

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Configure time curfews

Note: This procedure shows you how to configure the number of hours the host computer may be used each day.

To configure time curfews

  1. Open the Parental Controls Properties and select the Time Limits tab.
  2. Select the Always management mode.
  3. Click the Enforce limits option.
  4. Select the Curfews tab.
  5. To set the window of time that the computer cannot be accessed during the week click the Sunday through Thursday option. Set the window start time in the From box and the end time in the to box.

    Users will not be able to access the computer during the configured time window during the work week.

  6. To set the window of time that the computer cannot be accessed on weekends click the Friday and Saturday option. Set the window start time in the From box and the end time in the to box.

    Users will not be able to access the computer during the configured time window on the weekends.

  7. Click OK to save settings and close the Parental Controls Properties dialog.

Printing properties

Printing properties allow you to specify network printers you want to configure for use on client computers.

You can apply Printing Properties settings under both Computer Configuration and User Configuration.

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Printers tab

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Printers tab

The Printers tab settings of the Printing Properties, control printers that are configured for use on client computers and support the following management modes: Never, Always.

Printers tab settings allow you to set up printers that will be available on client computers.

The following options are supported:

  • Allow printers that connect directly to user's computer

    Select to allow printing to printers that connect directly to the user's computer through FireWire or USB ports etc.

  • Require an administrator password

    If you have selected the Allow printers that connect directly to user's computer option, select this option to require an administrator password in order to print to a printer that is connected directly.

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Add a printer

Add a printer

Note: This procedure shows you how to add a printer that will be available on Mac OS X clients.

To add a printer

  1. In order to determine the proper printer settings the best practice is to first configure the printer on a single Mac OS X host system. Add the printer as instructed in the Mac OS X documentation and verify that you can print to it. Once you have set up the printer open the printer properties and make a note of the following settings: Name, Location, Kind and URL. The following screen shots show where to find these settings:

    Click the Options & Supplies button to determine the URL:

    This is all of the information you will need in order to configure the printer for all of your Mac OS X systems using Group Policy.

  2. In Group Policy Management Editor, open the Printing policy (Computer Configuration | Policies| Mac OS X Settings | Workgroup Manager Settings) and select the Printers tab.
  3. Select the Always management mode.
  4. Click Add to add a new printer to the policy. The Add printer dialog appears. Enter the Name, Location, Model and Printer URL, then click OK. The best way to determine the printer URL is to configure a printer on a Mac OS X client and enter the URL specified in the Options and Settings dialog. See step 1.

    You can also add SMB printers by browsing for the printer in Active Directory.

  5. If you want the selected printer to be the default printer click Make Default.
  6. If you want to require the user to enter an administrator password before printing to the selected printer, click the Require an administrator password option.
  7. Click OK to save settings and close the Printing dialog.
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