Software on Windows computers can be marked as authorized (approved), unauthorized (denied) or unrated (neutral).
By default, any new software detected in your network is marked as neutral. When you've configured software authorization, you can use one of the built-in Lansweeper reports to keep track of unauthorized software installations in your network.
Internet Explorer add-ons (ActiveX controls, browser bars, Browser Helper Objects and extensions) can also be marked as authorized. A default list of authorized add-ons is included in your Lansweeper installation but can be customized to suit your needs. Unauthorized add-ons can once again be listed by running built-in reports.
Was this post helpful? Select Yes or No below!
Did you have a similar issue and a different solution? Or did you not find the information you needed? Create a post in our Community Forum for your fellow IT Heroes!
More questions? Browse our Quick Tech Solutions.