67190: DeviceLock DLP: Differences between DeviceLock Agent for Windows and macOS

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Last update: Tue, 2020-10-06 15:12

DeviceLock Agent for Mac provides only device/port control features of the DeviceLock Core (Base) module, while network-aware contextual controls and content-aware rules of the NetworkLock and ContentLock modules are not available for Mac computers.

The following table contains information about differences between DeviceLock Core (Base) module for Windows and macOS operating systems.

Controlled channels

Operating System

Port/Interface Controls

Windows

Mac

USB

+

+

Parallel (LPT)

+

-

Serial (COM)

+

+

FireWire

+

+

IrDA

+

-

Device Type Controls

 

 

Removable Storage

+

+

Hard Drive

+

+

Optical Drive

+

+

MTP, Mobile (Portable) Devices

+

-

iPhone

+

-

Windows Mobile

+

-

Blackberry

+

-

Palm

+

-

Printers

+

-

Bluetooth (adapters)

+

+

Wi-Fi (adapters)

+

+

Floppy

+

-

Tape

+

-

Clipboard

+

-

Shared Desktop/Application and VDI Sessions (Terminal Session Devices control)

+

-

Control Features

 

 

USB White List

+

+

Temporary White List for USB Devices

+

-

Media White List (Optical Media Authorization)

+

+

Hardware Keylogger Blocking

+

-

Security Settings

 

 

Access control for USB HID

+

+

Access control for USB printers

+

-

Access control for USB scanners and still image devices

+

-

Access control for USB Bluetooth adapters

+

+

Access control for USB storage devices

+

+

Access control for USB and FireWire network cards

+

+

Access control for FireWire storage devices

+

+

Access control for serial modems (internal & external)

+

-

Access control for 

virtual Optical Drives

+

-

Access control for virtual printers

+

-

Access control for intra-application copy/paste clipboard operations

+

-

Block FireWire controller if access is denied

+

-

Switch PostScript printer to non-PostScript mode

+

-

Treat Terminal Session forwarded USB devices as regular ones

+

-

Access control for Bluetooth HID

+

-

Data Encryption Integration

 

 

DriveCrypt

+

-

Lexar JD SAFE S3000 and Lexar JD SAFE S3000 FIPS

+

-

Lexar SAFE PSD

+

-

Symantec Drive Encryption (formerly PGP Whole Disk Encryption)

+

-

SafeDisk

+

-

SafeGuard

+

-

SafeToGo

+

-

TrueCrypt

+

-

Rutoken Disk + -

Windows BitLocker To Go

+

-

Mac OS X FileVault

-

+

Alerting Features

 

 

Policy-Based Alert Management 

+

-

DeviceLock Agent's Tamper Protection

 

 

Protection from Local Administrators

+

+

Code Integrity Control

+

-

Management and Security Features

 

 

Role-Based Administration

+

+

Management server authentication

+

+

Policy Confidentiality & Integrity Control on Delivery

+

+

Agent Status Monitoring

+

+

Agent Policy Consistency Monitoring & Repair

+

+

Due to continuous product improvement, specifications mentioned in this article are subject to change without notice. For the actual information on the product, it's specifications and features please refer to the specifications page, or the Web Help.

 

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