Controlling Network InterfaceΒΆ

You can control wired and wireless network interfaces on end users Windows devices by disabling wired, wireless, bridged, and promiscuous mode. You can also send interface disabled event notifications with custom messages that appear as pop-ups.

  1. Go to Policy in the top panel.
  2. Go to Policy > Node Policy > Agent Action in the left Policy panel.
  3. Find and click Control Network Interface in the Agent Action window.
  4. Enter in Conditions, optional settings.

Under Disabling Network:

  1. For Network Type, specify the Network type to be disabled. (Wired, Wireless, or both)
  2. For Exceptions, turn on to enable the exclusion of specified Network Devices.
  3. For Disabling Network Bridge, turn on to disable any Network Bridge Interface regardless of the exclusion above.
  4. For Disabling Promiscuous, turn on to disable any Promiscuous Interfaces regardless of the exclusion above.
  5. For Interface Disabled Event Notification, optional messages sent to user from Interface Disabled Events.

Under Enforcing Network Device Properties:

  1. For Internet Connection Sharing, select to disable the shared Internet Connection.
  2. For IPv6, select to disable the IPv6 Interface Connection.
  3. Click Update.
  4. Go to Node Policy in the left Policy panel.
  5. Click the Default Policy in Node Policy window.
  6. Find Agent Action. Click Assign.
  7. Find Control Network Interface in the Available section. Select and drag it into the Selected section.
  8. Click Add.
  9. Click Update.