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Synchronization Server

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The Synchronizing Server is a stand-alone computer that allows all installed client copies of the CyberSieve software to keep their settings synchronized. All changes that will be done on the server will be updated on the client computer after synchronization. So, the administrator can control all CyberSieve copies from one computer, avoiding the need to adjust every client's PC separately. There is no requirement for either Server or Clients to be in or out of a local network, and they can be synchronized through LAN as well as through Internet.

The synchronization procedure transmits all data, including the manually edited Web Sites, News Groups, Inappropriate Words and Programs lists. All settings for e-mail notifications, daily reports, timetables and traffic limits are transmitted as well as the password, security question/answer and enable/disable status.

If the "Enable Synchronization via Internet" checkbox is checked, the Server will send settings to clients of CyberSieve, which are not included into a local network. The settings will be sent through the Web Server, and will be stored there as well.
The "Synchronization via Internet" capability is available for registered users only.
The "Periodicity for logs received from a Web Server" selector determines how often the CyberSieve server calls the Web Server to get logs from its clients.

CyberSieve Synchronization Server runs as Windows Service on Win2000, WinXP, Win2003, Vista and Windows 7 operation systems. This allows to process CyberSieve Client requests even if no user is logged into the system and also if a user is logged out the system.

      If you are using a Personal Firewall either on the Server PC or Client PC, you should add the CyberSieve Synchronization Module (cssvr.exe from your Windows System directory) into its Trusted Programs List.

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