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Mac operating system users
 
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To deploy the endpoint manually to end users on a single machine:
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Navigate to the Web > Settings > Endpoint page.
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On the General tab, if you have roaming users who are not synchronized to the cloud service and wish to assign them to a particular policy once they browse via the endpoint, select a default policy from the Policy drop-down list. Click Save.
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Under Deployment Settings, click Set Anti-Tampering Password.
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On the End User Control tab, enter users or select groups, policies, or connections who are allowed to disable the endpoint on their machines. You may wish to do this if your users are working in a location that blocks web traffic to the cloud service. Note that this option can introduce vulnerabilities: if enabled, it permits end users to circumvent the protections offered by the endpoint software.
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To select groups, policies, or connections who can disable the endpoint, click the item you want in the Available field, then click > to move it to the Selected field. Use the Ctrl key to select multiple items.
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Click Save when done.
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Change this:
<PACFile URL="http://webdefence.global.blackspider.com:8082/proxy.pac" />
To this:
<PACFile URL="http://pac.webdefence.global.blackspider.com/proxy.pac" />
By applying this template, you will also move to port 80 any Proxy Connect endpoints that are already installed.
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Double-click the endpoint package to open an introductory screen for the installer. Click Continue for step-by-step instructions on the installation process.
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You must install the endpoint on the local hard disk. You can change the installation location on this screen by clicking Change Install Location...
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If the installation process fails, check that the HWSConfig.xml file is present and is in the correct format if you have edited it.
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After installation, go to System Preferences > Other.
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This brings you to a page where you can see components for the version you have installed. You can also do the following:
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This allows your endpoint support team to quickly access all troubleshooting logs in one place. Clicking it creates an archive file on the Mac desktop beginning with ClientInfo*.zip. If you need to open a support ticket about the endpoint, include this zip file with your request.
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See Uninstalling the endpoint from the Mac.

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