The cynapspro Server is responsible for the central administration of the clients. A very nice feature was the level of integration with various directories. The directory services structure of our AD was read in by cynapspro and no schema changes were required. There is also support for Novell eDirectory.
The client distributions were easy to configure and push. Once we built and pushed out the MSI file, we had complete control over any device on that endpoint. Although this solution does not come with built-in firewall, anti-virus, anti-spyware or IPS capabilities, it did provide the most comprehensive and flexible solution for controlling every drive, port and communication component. We were able to set policy to control everything from the USB ports, CD/DVD drives, force encryption, control Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, infrared, TV tuner, whitelist and blacklist applications, manager game ports, printers, scanners and cameras. This functionality was not unique from the other products we tested, but what was unique was the ability to do more than block or allow. The cynapspro Server gave us options to configure each policy as block, read only, full, scheduled or temporary access. This level of granularity gives a lot of flexibility to still deliver security while allowing for access when it can be controlled. The end-user client provided a nice display for allowing the users to see exactly what they do and don't have access rights to.
The solution did provide various options for alerting. Statistics were available for some events, but we found the reporting to be lacking. Support options are included with the base purchase and additional options are available for purchase.
The price is $54.60 per client/user for the full suite, including DevicePro Professional, EncryptionPro, ApplicationPro. The server(s) is/are free of charge.
This is a very nice solution with a lot of endpoint device protection for the price.