Note: The Goverlan Central Server is an optional component.
You do not need to install it in order for Goverlan
Client Applications to function.
In its first release, the Goverlan Central Server
will be a utility server free of charge to Goverlan
v7 customers. It can only be used to centrally control
and audit Goverlan based applications globally and
automatically (Goverlan, Goverlan Remote Control,
WMIX, and the Goverlan Client Agents).
However, this is
only the first step toward much bigger endeavors. You
can expect to see many more powerful new features being
introduced after the release of Goverlan v7.
Currently, the Goverlan Central Server
offers two Goverlan maintenance features: Universal
Settings Secure Distribution and Auditing of Goverlan
Universal Settings Distribution
feature allows you to securely dispatch
settings to all of your Goverlan Client
This feature is similar to the distribution
of Goverlan Universal Settings via Active
Directory Group Policy, however, it
guarantees that the Goverlan client
settings will be applied in a timely
and secure manner.
Use this feature if you need to enforce
one or more Goverlan client options
in your infrastructure. The settings
distributed via the Goverlan Central
Server cannot be modified or tampered
with by anyone, even local and domain
administrators. They can only be modified
if you have direct access to the Goverlan
Central Server control interface.
Centralized Auditing of Goverlan Recorded
This feature enables centralized
auditing of Goverlan Recorded Events
across your enterprise. Once enabled,
the configured Goverlan events are registered
in the Central Server in addition to
the standard local event registration.
Currently, the only two available events
- Remote Control Session Events
- Windows Login \ Logout Events