What is Client Lock Down?

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  • Oct 23rd, 2009

As per my point of view client is a special person who is hired by a company to take care of all customer, so that customer can be provide better satisfaction.

pradeep chauhan

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Typically 'client lockdown' is the process of securing an endpoint so that the user can only access authorised features. An example of this would be turning the device into a 'Thin Client' by locking it down so that an end user can only connect to published apps or desktops and can not use other features.

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