- Configuring Antivirus, Firewall, Internet Security, or Antispam Expressions
- Configuring Service Policies
- Configuring Process Policies
- Configuring Operating System Policies
- Configuring Registry Policies
When you create a session or preauthentication policy, you can configure client security strings to determine whether or not the user device is running a particular operating system when users log on. You can also configure the expression to check for a particular service pack or hotfix.
The values for Windows and Macintosh are:
|Mac OS X||macos|
|Windows Server 2008||win2008|
|Windows Server 2003||win2003|
|Windows 2000 Server||win2000|
|Windows 64-bit platform||win64|
if you are configuring a service pack, such as client.os (winxp).sp, if a number is not in the Value field, NetScaler Gateway returns an error message because the expression is invalid.
If the operating system has service packs present, such as Service Pack 3 and Service Pack 4, you can configure a check just for Service Pack 4, because the presence of Service Pack 4 automatically indicates that previous service packs are present.