The Customization settings allow customization of the Ekran Client notification logo, reports, email subjects, and instructions for logging in using a QR code for two-factor authentication (2FA).
To define the customization settings, click the Configuration navigation link on the left, and then select the Customization tab on the Configuration page.
The following settings can be defined in the sections below:
1. Custom Logo Settings
This option allows you to enable the use of a custom graphics file instead of the default logo on the Client computer during secondary user authentication, user blocking, etc.
To use a custom logo instead of the default logo, select the Use a custom logo instead of the Ekran System logo checkbox, then click Choose File, and select the logo.
NOTE: The uploaded file must be in .bmp format with a resolution not exceeding 525 x 40.
2. Custom Reports Settings
These options allow you to add custom header and footer texts to reports and use a custom logo instead of the default one.
To add a custom header and footer to reports, enter the text to be used in the Header Text and Footer Text fields (the maximum length of the header and footer texts is 1,000 symbols).
To use a custom logo instead of the default logo in reports generated, select the Use a custom logo instead of the Ekran System logo checkbox, then click Choose File, and select the required logo.
NOTE: The uploaded file must be in .bmp, .jpg or .png format with a resolution not exceeding 300 x 85.
3. Custom Email Subjects
These options allow you to define the subjects to be used in email notifications sent by Ekran System. The subjects of emails containing both a single alert event and multiple alert events can be defined.
For single alert notifications, you can use the following variables:
• #name: The alert name.
• #user: The user name.
• #pc: The endpoint name.
• #priority: The alert priority.
• #OS: The OS of the endpoint for alerts.
For multiple alert notifications, you can only use one variable for each alert event in the email (#number).
To restore the default settings, click Restore Default.
4. Custom Login Message for Blocked Users
This option allows you to define a custom message that is displayed (in a pop-up window) on the Client machine if access for the user is blocked.
The default message is: “You have been blocked. Contact your system administrator.”
5. Two-Factor Authentication
This option allows you to define a custom message which is displayed to users (in the pop-up window containing a QR code) on their first login after 2FA has been enabled on their Client computer (i.e. if they have not been added manually on the Two-Factor Authentication tab, on the User Access page).
The message is used to provide instructions to the user on how to use the QR code displayed to log in with 2FA using an authenticator application (e.g. Google authenticator or Microsoft Authenticator).
The default message is: “Two-factor authentication is enabled on your workstation. Open your authenticator app (Google Authenticator or Microsoft Authenticator) and scan the code before closing this window. On login, you will be prompted to enter the code from your app.”