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 Software/Logon Monitor Server Edition/Web Settings
    This tab page allows you to enable Logon Monitor Server Edition's built-in Web Server and determine who will have access to it. Use any browser to connect to the web server to view logon data events and sessions, get additional reports such as events listed by machine or user, and connect to other machines running the Logon Monitor Server Edition web server.

    Logon Monitor Server Edition Control Panel - Web Settings Tab
    The Logon Monitor Server Edition Control Panel Applet - Web Settings Tab

    Web Server Settings


    This section controls what machines are permitted to access the web server.

      Enabled
      When this box is checked, Logon Monitor Server Edition will enable its built-in web server available over port 1017 TCP. You may use any web browser to connect to the server, provided it satisfies the restrictions set in this section.

      To access the server, use the NetBIOS, DNS Name or IP address of the machine as your URL, with ":1017/" appended to tell the browser to use port 1017. For example, to access the web service on a machine with the DNS name pdc.ourdomain.com, you'd enter http://pdc.ourdomain.com:1017/ into the address bar of your browser.

        Access restricted to this machine (loopback interface or any IP assigned to this machine)
        Select this radio button if you only want to use a browser running on the local machine. All browser connections from other machines will be refused.

        Access restricted to local networks as shown on the Network tab
        If this button is selected, browser connections will only be accepted from the local machine and other machines on the local network. The local network is defined by the IP address ranges displayed in the Local Connections section of the Network Settings tab page.

        Access restricted only by limitations specified on the Network tab
        If this button is selected, browser connections will be accepted from all machines, unless you have specified additional restrictions in the Other Connections section of the Network Settings tab page.

        Test loopback: and Test by name:
        These links will allow you to make a browser connection to the local web service to test the operation of the server. If you are able to test using the loopback test, but not by name, you have a name resolution issue (WINS or DNS is not resolving the machine's name to the correct IP address of the machine).

    Web Server Authentication
    This section controls what users are permitted to access the web server and its functions. Users required to authenticate must provide their domain username and password (or if the machine is not part of a domain, they must provide a valid user account on the local machine).
      HTTP authenticaion not required (but users may authenticate to access advanced functions)
      Select this radio button if you only want users to have to provide a username/password to access functions such as environment variable dumps. Any user will be able to view the logged in status sessions and machine active reports.

      HTTP authentication required only if connection is NOT from a local network
      If this button is selected, users will only have to provide a username/password if they are connecting from a machine that is not on the local network. The local network is defined by the IP address ranges displayed in the Local Connections section of the Network Settings tab page.

      HTTP authentication required for all connections
      If this button is selected, all users connecting to the web service will need to provide a valid username and password.

        Authentication realm: This is the name displayed on the browser's login dialog box to identify the resource you are accessing. You can accept the default or set this field to any name you prefer.

        Default NT domain: Enter the name of your Windows domain here. This is the domain to which users will log in unless they override the entry on the login dialog box. If your machine is not a member of a domain, leave this field blank.

      Restrict administrative functions to authenticated connections with NT admin privileges
      If this box is checked, only users authenticating with with Domain Administrator privileges to the Logon Monitor Server Edition machine will be able to access the advanced functions. If the machine is not a member of a domain, the user must have administrative privileges to the local machine.

      Web access logging enabled
      Check this box if you want to keep a record of all accesses of the web server. Web logs are kept by default in the C:\Program Files\Greyware Logon Monitor\WebLogs folder. A new log file is started each day. Click the button to view the current log.

    Customizing the appearance of the web pages served by the web server
    The appearance and content of the web pages and reports provided by the Logon Monitor Server Edition web server can be customized extensively. Full customizing instructions can be found by clicking the Help link when connected to the Logon Monitor Server Edition web server. You can also view a copy of those instructions by clicking here.

     

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