How to enable printer control on endpoints

Posted by:

MyDLP has the ability to log, block, archive and quarantine all documents printed in an organization thanks to MyDLP Endpoint. It can control both local printers and remote printers connected to your endpoints.

If your endpoints have Windows 7 on them you don’t need do any driver installation or configuration related to printers. Once you install the MyDLP Endpoint you are good to go.

If some of your endpoints have Windows XP on them you need to run a small script in ...

Continue Reading →
2

How to configure MyDLP as an SMTP gateway for Sendmail

Posted by:

  1. This article already assumes that you have installed MyDLP and DLP functions working properly.
  2. It is required to ensure that DNS addresses at /etc/resolve.conf of MyDLP server had been properly configured. This is crucial because all email will be re-routed after DLP inspection according to information gathered from these DNS servers.
  3. This article already assumes that your Sendmail MTA is able to send emails externally.
  4. Domain name for MyDLP Server should be able to properly resolved by Sendmail MTA. If not, a name ...
Continue Reading →
0

How to configure MyDLP as an SMTP gateway for Microsoft Exchange 2007/2010

Posted by:

  1. This article already assumes that you have installed MyDLP and DLP functions working properly.
  2. It is required to ensure that DNS addresses at /etc/resolve.conf of MyDLP server had been properly configured. This is crucial because all email will be re-routed after DLP inspection according to information gathered from these DNS servers.
  3. This article already assumes that your Exchange Server is able to send emails externally, and so it must have a Send Connector properly set up and configured correctly on the Hub ...
Continue Reading →
0

How to wipe out all logs from MyDLP

Posted by:

Currently, MyDLP uses to different MySQL InnoDB databases to store persistent information. Names of these are mydlp and mydlp_log. As understood by the name, all logging information is stored under mydlp_log. In order to wipe out these database.

After logging into MyDLP server via SSH.

sudo service mydlp stop
sudo mysqladmin drop mydlp_log
sudo service mydlp start

will wipe out and recreate database and schema.

PS: Policies or any other configuration will not be affected from this.

Continue Reading →
0