Create new condition
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Article Summary

Conditions in Splashtop Secure Workspace allow you to define specific criteria that can be used in policies to control access and security. Follow the steps below to create conditions for your policies.

Step 1: Accessing Conditions Management

  1. Log in to your Splashtop Secure Workspace super admin account or org admin account using your credentials.
  2. Once logged in, navigate to the Access menu and select Conditions.

Step 2: Creating a New Conditions

  1. On the Conditions management page, locate the Add Conditions button.
  2. Click on the button to initiate the creation process.
  3. Enter a descriptive Condition Name that identifies the purpose or nature of the condition.
  4. Select the Condition Type based on the criteria you want to define. There are three types available:
    • General: Used for generic access conditions.
    • Authentication & Authorization: Used for access conditions related to applications, secrets, and authentication.
    • DNS: Used for access conditions related to domain names.
    • Secure Web Gateway: Used for access conditions related to web security and filtering.
    • CASB (Cloud Access Security Broker): Used for securing cloud applications.

Step 3: Defining Condition

  1. Based on the selected condition type, you will have relevant condition to define. Here are the options for each condition type:
    • General:
      • Date and Time: Specify the time or time range when the condition should be met.
      • Location (Country): Define the geographic location for the condition.
      • OS: Specify the operating system(s) that should meet the condition.
      • Source IP: Define specific source IP addresses or IP ranges for the condition.
    • Authentication & Authorization:
      • Date and Time: Specify the time or time range when the condition should be met.
      • Location (Country): Define the geographic location for the condition.
      • OS: Specify the operating system(s) that should meet the condition.
      • Source IP: Define specific source IP addresses or IP ranges for the condition.
      • Browser (web): Specify the required web browser for the condition.
      • Browser Ext (Web): Specify the required web browser extension for the condition.
      • Enrolled Device: Specify conditions based on the device's serial number (SN). Option to specify "Only one user per device".
      • Destination Address: Define specific destination addresses or address ranges that the condition applies to.
    • DNS:
      • Date and Time: Specify the time or time range when the condition should be met.
      • Location (Country): Define the geographic location for the condition.
      • OS: Specify the operating system(s) that should meet the condition.
      • Source IP: Define specific source IP addresses or IP ranges for the condition.
      • Domain: Specify a domain name or a list of domain names that should meet the condition.
      • Content Categories: Specify a content category that the domain(s) should belong to for the condition.
    • Secure Web Gateway:
      • Date and Time: Specify the date and time range when the condition should be met.
      • Location (Country): Define the country or geographic location for the condition.
      • OS: Specify the operating system(s) that should meet the condition.
      • Source IP: Define specific source IP addresses or IP ranges for the condition.
      • **HTTP Traffic: **: Set criteria for HTTP requests and responses, including:
        • URL: Specify allowed or restricted URLs.
        • URL Query: Define permissible query parameters in URLs.
        • Request Method: Specify allowed HTTP methods (GET, POST, etc.).
        • Request Header: Define rules for HTTP request headers.
        • Request Body: Specify criteria for the body of HTTP requests.
        • Response Header: Set conditions for HTTP response headers.
        • Request Body Checksum: Specify criteria for validating the checksum of HTTP request bodies.
        • Response Body Checksum: Specify criteria for validating the checksum of HTTP response bodies.
        • Response Body: Define criteria for the body of HTTP responses.
      • Domain Bypass: List domains that are excluded from Secure Web Gateway conditions.
    • CASB:
      • Date and Time: Specify the time or time range when the condition should be met.
      • Location (Country): Define the geographic location for the condition.
      • OS: Specify the operating system(s) that should meet the condition.
      • Source IP: Define specific source IP addresses or IP ranges for the condition.
      • Browser: Specify the required web browser for the condition.
      • File Upload: Set conditions for file uploads in Dropbox, Box, OneDrive, SharePoint, Google Drive, Baidu Pan, and generic file upload services.

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  1. Review the entered information to ensure accuracy and completeness.

Step 4: Saving the Conditions

  1. Once you have defined the condition parameters, click on the Save button to save the condition.
  2. The condition will be created and added to the list of all conditions.

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