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

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Footer tab

The Footer tab settings of the Printing Properties control footer display and formatting; and, support the following management modes: Never, Always.

Footers are additional information appended at the bottom of each printed page containing the date and the name of the user that initiated the print job.

The following options are supported:

  • Print Page Footer

    Select to enable page footers.

  • Include MAC address

    Select to include the client computer's network card MAC address in the footer information when page footers are enabled.

  • Font name

    Select the page footers font name.

  • Font size

    Select the page footers font size.

Software Update properties

The Software Update policy allows you to configure the Software Update server that managed clients use for downloading updates.

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

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Software Update tab

Software Update tab

The Software Update tab settings of the Software Update Properties control the Software Update server that managed clients use to download updates. Software Update settings supports the following management modes: Never, Always.

You can cache software updates on your local intranet using a local Software Update server. This can help reduce network bandwidth usage and speed update deployment in your network. Use this setting to instruct managed clients to use the local Software Update server.

The following option is supported:

  • Software Update server to use

    Specify the URL of the software update server. The URL must be in the form http://<server hostname>:< port >/index.sucatalog

System Preferences properties

The System Preferences Properties allow you to control which items appear in the System Preferences of managed clients. This allows you to restrict which System Preferences configurations users can access.

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

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System Preferences tab

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