(||) operator works by combining two security strings. The compound
check passes when either check is true. The expression is evaluated from left
to right and if the first check passes, the second check is not carried out. If
the first check does not pass, the second check is carried out.
You can configure
(||) operator using the keyword ‘OR’ or the symbols '||'.
The following is a
client security check that determines if the user device has either the file
c:\file.txt on it or the putty.exe process running on it.
EXISTS) OR (client.proc(putty.exe) EXISTS
This string can
also be configured as
EXISTS) || (client.proc(putty.exe) EXISTS