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Disabling un-needed NSL components


Hi All

I am looking to reduce the memory footprint of our NSL 7 installation
and was looking at disabling some of the un-needed (or so I think !)
components.

The following two components are using quite a bit of memory and as we
don't require support for DotNet or Flash apps I think they are fairly
safe to disable:

- DotnetSSO - disable via registry key
HKLM\Software\Protocom\SecureLogin\DisableDotNetSSO=1
- FlashSSO - disable via registry key
HKLM\Software\Protocom\SecureLogin\DisableFlashSSO=1

There are also two services installed and running that I would like to
disable if possible:

- SLNRMonitorServer.exe - disable via services applet
- NSLEvtSvc.exe - disable via services applet

We don't use Sentinel, but it might be nice to be able to log to Windows
event file and not sure if nslevtsvc.exe does this, or is it just for
Sentinel logs.

Does anyone know of any downsides to disabling the above ?


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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Disabling un-needed NSL components

You can certainly turn off the .Net and Flash components. I think you
can turn of the SLNRMonitor but I think the event service handles other
things too.

Dave

On 16/10/2012 11:44, clovercne wrote:
>
> Hi All
>
> I am looking to reduce the memory footprint of our NSL 7 installation
> and was looking at disabling some of the un-needed (or so I think !)
> components.
>
> The following two components are using quite a bit of memory and as we
> don't require support for DotNet or Flash apps I think they are fairly
> safe to disable:
>
> - DotnetSSO - disable via registry key
> HKLM\Software\Protocom\SecureLogin\DisableDotNetSSO=1
> - FlashSSO - disable via registry key
> HKLM\Software\Protocom\SecureLogin\DisableFlashSSO=1
>
> There are also two services installed and running that I would like to
> disable if possible:
>
> - SLNRMonitorServer.exe - disable via services applet
> - NSLEvtSvc.exe - disable via services applet
>
> We don't use Sentinel, but it might be nice to be able to log to Windows
> event file and not sure if nslevtsvc.exe does this, or is it just for
> Sentinel logs.
>
> Does anyone know of any downsides to disabling the above ?
>
>


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Re: Disabling un-needed NSL components


It´d be a great thing to have more in-depth documentation regarding
those components of Securelogin.


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