Host configuration

In previous versions of the host administrators could push out configurations such as hiding the client from the system tray, or turning off notifications. That ability isn't in 5.7 and it's confusing the heck out of my users. They're getting too many notifications and don't understand what the software is on their computers for. Please bring this capability back!


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    @bekzclz11 said:
    Each host machine on your network must be configured to function according to the needs of the end users and the network as a whole. For each host on the network, you must configure the network interface, set the Internet address, and set the host name.

    You are replying to an almost three-year-old post, and your answer makes no sense for the problem outlined. The "host" being referenced is the TDR agent, not the computer. The OP wanted to silence all notifications from the TDR agent.

    Gregg Hill

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    james.carsonjames.carson Moderator, WatchGuard Representative

    @greggmh123 Apologies, it was a spam bot. I try to watch for them (the spam filters generally get most of them.)

    If you see posts like this, please hit the flag button on their post and select spam -- it'll alert the admin team and they'll get booted.

    -James Carson
    WatchGuard Customer Support

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