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How do I disable 'Stealth View' in Remote Control?


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Stealth View

Permits the viewer to see the host computer without interfering with its display and performance and without the host acknowledging the connection. This is called passive monitoring. The host screen does not change when a connection is made. If the host icon is visible, it does not flicker or change state.


This document outlines the procedure to disable Stealth View in Remote Control:

  1. Create a new Configuration Policy

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    Fig. 1

  2. Enter the Policy Name and Description.

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    Fig. 2

  3. Browse to the New Policy 'Hide Stealth View' and set the 'Enable stealth view' parameter to False under DSM->remote control->Host-> General. The default value is True.

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    Fig. 3

  4. Seal and apply the policy and apply it to the desired computers.


Release: UASIT.99000-11.2-Asset Intelligence


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