Recovery Instructions:Your optionsIn the Application Control policy, applications are allowed by default. System administrators choose applications that they wish to block.If you've received an alert about a blocked application, you can choose to:. take no action, if you wish to continue blocking the application.
remove the software to prevent future alerts. re-authorize a blocked applicationRemove a controlled applicationYou have a choice of 2 removal methods.1.
Remove a controlled application using Add/Remove programs in Windows Control PanelTo access the Add/Remove programs utility from the Windows Control Panel:. Click Start Settings Control Panel. Click 'Add/Remove Programs'.The 'Currently installed programs' list in the 'Add or Remove Programs' tool lists all of the Windows-compatible programs that have an uninstall program or feature.2. Remove a controlled application using a specific application uninstallerAt the time of installation, many applications have their own uninstall file that is placed in the same directory or program group. Typically, applications can be removed using 'Add/Remove Programs'. Should this option not be available, double-click the uninstall file applicable to the specific application.Note: A few of our controlled applications will not be removable because they are embedded within your operating system. However, you can set your Application Control policy to send only a single alert per endpoint, so you will only be alerted once about any embedded applications.
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(A single alert is the default setting.) Re-authorize a controlled applicationIf you want to re-authorize a blocked application, then you'll find re-authorization instructions in this.
Usually no firewall configuration is needed to run the Dropbox desktop app. If your web browser has an internet connection, the desktop app should be able to use the same connection.However, if sync isn’t working, adjust your firewall settings to permit the desktop app internet access. Usually, adding Dropbox to a list of applications with internet access resolves the issue.Each brand of firewall software works differently depending on the manufacturer. Refer to your firewall software documentation for specific directions. In general, you may need to do the following:. Allow Dropbox access to ports 80 (HTTP) and 443 (HTTPS). For macOS, allow Dropbox, and.
For Windows, allow Dropbox, Dropbox.exe, and DropboxUpdate.exe. The requires access to ports 17600 and 17603. The requires access to port 17500 (recommended). Add dropbox.com to the list of approved websites for your firewall, and make sure that it isn’t blacklisted. Allow.dropbox and other Dropbox domains to access the internet.ProxiesDropbox supports most proxies. If you use a proxy to access the internet, you can specify your proxy settings within Dropbox desktop app preferences.