Filter. If enabled, the SmartScreen Filter will check the addresses of webpages and downloads you attempt to view against a frequently updated list of webpages and downloads that have been reported to Microsoft as unsafe or suspicious. SmartScreen will also check downloaded programs that you attempt to run against a list of commonly downloaded or run programs to help you make more informed trust decisions. More information can be found by visiting the Internet Explorer Privacy Statement xx.xxxxxxxxx.xxx/xxxxxx/?XxxxXx=000000. By enabling SmartScreen in either Windows or Internet Explorer, you consent to this feature, and you agree to use the SmartScreen Filter only in conjunction with Windows or Internet Explorer. You may not, either manually or by enabling or authorizing any software or service, copy, display, distribute, collect or store any data provided by the SmartScreen Filter.
Filter. The following filter options can be utilized by selecting Filter in the upper right corner. Once the configuration of the filter pane is configured; the logs will be requested and displayed. Filter pane on Logs/Event page in Agent Days: Selects the day(s) for the events to be displayed. The dropdown menus next to the Days setting can be used for additional preconfigured filters. Time: Selects the time range for the events. Weekday: Choose the days of the event occurrence. Severity & Category: The events can be filtered by category and severity. The events can be further divided by Power Event and System Event categories, and choosing the specific event. Even the events can be also filtered out by the specific device type in Client. When any event option is selected from the event list, the logs only related to this event will be displayed. Max. logs: Indicates the maximum number of events that will be displayed. Export Click the Save shortcut at the right upper corner of the event log table and select CSV or PDF file as the export file format. The exported file will be saved in the default download directory of your web browser.
Filter. Users can use the following filter options by clicking Filter in the right corner. Once the configuration of the filter panel is changed, the filtered logs will be displayed. Filter pane on Logs/Status page Days: Selects the day(s) for the status records to be displayed. The dropdown menus next to the Days setting can be used for additional preconfigured filters. Time: Selects the time range of the status records. Weekday: Choose the days of the status records. Max. Logs: Indicates the maximum number of status records that will be displayed. Settings The Logs/Settings page allows for the ability to configure the log options. Click the Apply button to save the settings or remove all logs. Logs/Settings page in the Agent Event Logging Entry Expiration: This option specifies how long the log files will be retained. . Clear All Logs: When this option selected with Yes, Now, all event logs will be removed immediately after clicking Apply. The log clearing is permanent and once applied the log files cannot be recovered. Log to Event Viewer: Determines to log events to Event Viewer additionally. Users can launch the Control Panel
Filter. A. With respect to any of its computers with Internet access, the School District will monitor the online activities of minors and employ technology protection measures during any use of such computers by minors and adults. The technology protection measures utilized will block or filter Internet access to any visual depictions that are:
Filter. Users can use the following filter options by clicking Filter in the right corner. Once the configuration of the filter panel is changed, the filtered logs will be displayed. Filter pane on Logs/Status page Days: Selects the day(s) for the status records to be displayed. The dropdown menus next to the Days setting can be used for additional preconfigured filters. Time: Selects the time range of the status records. Weekday: Choose the days of the status records. Max. Logs: Indicates the maximum number of status records that will be displayed.
Filter. When moving in, all a/c and heating filter have been changed out. It is your responsibility to change those out as needed to keep the unit running properly along with cleaner air. This is very important, saves you money to keep them clean. If it is found that not changing filter causes fault in unit to not function properly you will be charged accordingly.
Filter. A media component used in respirators to remove solid or liquid particles from the inspired air.
Filter. The District may filter or block any material on the iPad that the District, in its sole discretion, deems to be inappropriate, including certain Internet sites. The District may grant requests to adjust filters or unblock sites/service for bona fide educational purposes. The presence or lack of filters or blocks do not relieve the student and/or his or her parent(s)/guardian(s) of their responsibility to comply with requirements of this Agreement or the District's Acceptable Use Policy and does not relieve the parent(s)/guardian(s) of their responsibility for supervising the student's use outside of school.
Filter. A technology protection measure is in place that blocks and/or filters access to prevent access to Internet sites that are not in accordance with policies and regulations. In addition to blocks and/or filters, the District may also use other technology protection measures or procedures as deemed appropriate. Notwithstanding technology protection measures, some inappropriate material may be accessible by the Internet, including material that is illegal, defamatory, inaccurate, or potentially offensive to some people. Users accept the risk of access to such material and responsibility for promptly exiting any such material. The technology protection measure that blocks and/or filters Internet access may be disabled only by an authorized staff member for bona fide research or educational purposes: (a) who has successfully completed District training on proper disabling circumstances and procedures, (b) with permission of the immediate supervisor of the staff member requesting said disabling, or (c) with the permission of the Superintendent. An authorized staff member may override the technology protection measure that blocks and/or filters Internet access for a minor to access a site for bona fide research or other lawful purposes provided the minor is monitored directly by an authorized staff member.