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The category "Security" can be found under "Policies\Administrative Templates\code4ward\Royal TS\" in the Group Policy Management Editor. The following policy settings are available:

 

Do not allow to check for updates

This setting requires Royal TS V 2.1.0 or later.

This policy setting allows you to manage if a user is able to configure Royal TS to check for updates.

 

To set the registry value manually, create a DWORD value with the name "DoNotAllowCheckForUpdates" under:

 

To enable the policy setting, set the registry value to 1. To disable the policy, set the value to 0 or remove the value.

 

Do not allow to check for beta updates

This setting requires Royal TS V 2.1.0 or later.

This policy setting allows you to manage if a user is able to configure Royal TS to check for beta updates.

 

To set the registry value manually, create a DWORD value with the name "DoNotAllowCheckForBetaUpdates" under:

 

To enable the policy setting, set the registry value to 1. To disable the policy, set the value to 0 or remove the value.

 

Do not allow application document without password protection

This setting requires Royal TS V 4.1.0 or later.

This policy setting allows you to manage if a user is allowed to have an application document without password protection.

 

To set the registry value manually, create a DWORD value with the name "DoNotAllowApplicationDocumentWithoutPassword" under:

 

To enable the policy setting, set the registry value to 1. To disable the policy, set the value to 0 or remove the value.

 

Do not allow to load or save documents without password protection

This setting requires Royal TS V 4.1.0 or later.

This policy setting allows you to manage if a user is able to load or save Royal TS documents without password protection.

 

To set the registry value manually, create a DWORD value with the name "DoNotAllowDocumentsWithoutPassword" under:

 

To enable the policy setting, set the registry value to 1. To disable the policy, set the value to 0 or remove the value.

 

Do not allow weak document passwords

This setting requires Royal TS V 4.1.0 or later.

This policy setting allows you to manage if a user is able to specify weak document passwords. The password strength indicator in Royal TS must show "Great" (color green) in order to accept the password.

 

To set the registry value manually, create a DWORD value with the name "DoNotAllowWeakDocumentPasswords" under:

 

To enable the policy setting, set the registry value to 1. To disable the policy, set the value to 0 or remove the value.

 

Do not allow creation of credential objects

This setting requires Royal TS V 4.1.0 or later.

This policy setting allows you to manage if a user is allowed to create credential objects in Royal TS.

 

To set the registry value manually, create a DWORD value with the name "DoNotAllowCreateCredentialObjects" under:

 

To enable the policy setting, set the registry value to 1. To disable the policy, set the value to 0 or remove the value.

 

Do not allow creation of credential objects in document without password protection

This setting requires Royal TS V 4.1.0 or later.

This policy setting allows you to manage if a user is allowed to create credential objects in a document without password protection.

 

To set the registry value manually, create a DWORD value with the name "DoNotAllowCreateCredentialObjectsInDocumentsWithoutPassword" under:

 

To enable the policy setting, set the registry value to 1. To disable the policy, set the value to 0 or remove the value.

 

Do not allow to reveal object passwords

This setting requires Royal TS V 2.0.3 or later.

The policy setting allows you to manage if a user is able to reveal an object password in Royal TS property dialogs.

 

To set the registry value manually, create a DWORD value with the name "DoNotAllowRevealPasswords" under:

 

To enable the policy setting, set the registry value to 1. To disable the policy, set the value to 0 or remove the value.