New quality of user management
and monitoring in nVision® 10

New version of software is available

Meet nVision 11

What's new in nVision® 10?

In the latest version, the system user becomes the most important element, as the data are gathered and assigned to the user, regardless of the device or devices on which they are working at a given time. In this way all access rights, authorizations, application and website policy and monitoring policy automatically follow the employee.

nVision 9

Many devices = Many profiles


working on 3 different devices

nVision 10

Many devices = One user's profile


working on 3 different devices

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See nVision 10 in action

  • Easy user management

    Full user management based on security groups and policies. This is to replace profiles and access to data based on network devices. This means it is easy to search for users, quicklyaccess information and configuration.

  • Integration with Active Directory

    nVision synchronizes the list of groups and users with the company's AD database. This enables the easy and flexible creation of a security policy and monitoring at the level of groups and users.

  • User rights under control

    A group or user profile that defines all the rights related to pen drives, portable devices, application and website blockade policy, as well as the monitoring policy – all those settings automatically follow the employee, regardless of the computer on which they are working.

  • Support for user monitoring in virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI)

    In organizations which use servers of virtual machines, nVision 10 allows the easy and automatic management of monitoring profiles, as well as the data of monitored employees, without the need to perform additional actions in the case of periodical changes of virtual machines.

  • Greater data security

    Default monitoring and security policy is automatically assigned to every new employee. This ensures the effective implementation of security principles in the organization without the risk of a new employee accidentally being granted excessive rights or not properly monitored.

  • New interface

    Ordered views, options and settings. Enhanced navigation – the addition of a ribbon and side menu for the Dashboard to provide the view of a device and user will ensure quick and easy access to key information.

GDPR in nVision 10

nVision 10 was designed with great care for information security, with particular consideration given to personal data. In the new version, we have added a number of mechanisms that will ensure the security of data storage and processing in your company.

  • Separation of personal data

    All personal data (also data from the monitoring of employee activity) are separated from information about the configuration of the device used by the user. This enables access to data and protection against unauthorized access to be effectively controlled.

  • Time limitation for data storage

    Personal data are stored for a time specified by the administrator, in line with the requirement of the limitation of data storage for a period not longer than necessary. Data can be managed absolutely independently – in version 9 and earlier versions data were connected to the computer object.

  • Control of access to data

    Access to personal data and data from the monitoring of employees is subject to access control at the level of selected administrators and specific groups of employees. This allows for the adaptation of access to personal data in line with the rights granted to specific persons in the organization.

  • User data in one place

    Data about one employee are gathered in one place, regardless of the number of computers the employee has logged on to. This helps to preserve the integrity of data, to provide insight into all data concerning the employee, and to guarantee the effective deletion of all data about a given employee upon request.

  • SSL/TLS encryption

    All the connections between the agents, server and console, as well as browser access are subject to full SSL/TLS encryption.

  • Deletion of user data

    nVision 10 enables the full deletion of the data of a selected user (independently of the devices), which helps to meet one of the GDPR requirements concerning the “right to be forgotten.”

  • Broader scope of access control for administrators

    nVision 10 offers a broader scope of access control for system administrators, with special consideration given to potential access to sensitive data, e.g. via control of authorizations regarding remote access and user view.


New features:
  • nVision
    introducing consistent with the GDPR, integrated data access based on the object of User – in place of access to data based on network devices
  • nVision
    collecting and displaying data in reference to a User – data remains assigned to the selected User regardless of User devices status (merged, archived, removed)
  • nVision
    introducing group and user profile which defines all permissions considering flash drives, portable devices, applications and websites blocking policies, as well as monitoring policy
  • nVision
    introducing default monitoring and security policies which are automatically assigned to each employee (both Windows local account and ActiveDirectory synchronized)
  • nVision
    all permissions automatically follow the employee on all computers where the employee works,
  • nVision
    restricted access to personal data and employee monitoring data (GDPR compliance) – possibility of granting access to a group of users only to selected Administrators
  • nVision
    possibility to fully remove data of a selected user (GDPR compliance)
  • nVision
    intelligent users groups – collections of Users fulfilling specific set of rules
  • nVision
    generating reports for groups – reports for Users’ activity for maps and devices can be created by choosing a User or a group
  • nVision
    new graphic design and new icons
  • nVision
    main menu replaced by the ribbon and sidebar, new options layout
  • nVision
    new layout of the device information window
  • nVision
    user search in the program main window
  • nVision
    groups and subgroups management in the main program window
  • nVision
    drag-and-drop option for transferring Users from User’s grid to groups
  • HelpDesk
    ticket list automatic reload
  • HelpDesk
    multi-processing actions for tickets
  • HelpDesk
    new automatization condition: “requester belongs to a group X”
  • Chat
    content search in chat conversations
  • Chat
    support for unicode-emoji and lenny face
  • nVision
    increased security of Server-Agents-Console communication - using TLS1.2 protocol which replaced the previous encryption model
  • HelpDesk
    adding global views configuration to tickets lists (for Administrators)
  • HelpDesk
    views configuration development - the ability to select multiple condition arguments
  • HelpDesk
    e-mail notification details development
  • HelpDesk
    modifying e-mail notifications of new comments in tickets
  • HelpDesk
    adding new warning message indicating closing other assignee’s ticket
  • HelpDesk
    displaying information about the requester for ticket’s observers
  • HelpDesk
    displaying information about the loss of the HelpDesk/Administrator role by the assignee in the event log
  • HelpDesk
    switching between screenshots previews in tickets by using keyboard cursors
  • Chat
    support for keyboard shortcuts on chat contact list
  • HelpDesk
    system loading optimization
  • Chat
    message loading optimization
  • Chat
    changes and improvements of chat layout
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Migration from nVision 9

What do you need to remember during migration?

Due to the importance of the migration process, we have prepared a step-by-step manual on how to migrate from an older version of nVision. Should you have any questions, please contact our technical department.

  • In nVision 10 we have changed the way settings for monitoring (Users) operates, therefore, the mirroring of the structure of authorizations from the atlas, map and devices after migration might reduce the monitoring of the user who has worked on more than one computer.
  • The users who, in nVision 9, belonged to more than one profile (by working on many computers) may be granted higher authorizations after migration (which means that fewer websites will be blocked).
  • The nVision 9 settings from all profiles for blocking applications and extensions of downloaded files will be merged to one item of default settings, and will apply to all users. If you have been using different Agent profiles on many devices, the software configuration will have to be adjusted manually.
  • In view of the fact that the system will now be centered around the user and not the device, the possibility to define DataGuard rules at the level of the device will be disabled. Thus, it will not be possible to block and audit users only on selected devices. This may lead to an increase in the authorizations of a user who has been working on more than one computer (e.g. if, in nVision 9, one user worked on a computer with blocked pen drives and on another computer with the same hardware unblocked, in nVision 10 they will be able to use them).
  • If the administrator accounts did not have authorizations to all the maps in nVision 9 after migration to nVision 10, they will not be able to manage users in the new groups. It will be necessary to adjust the configuration of administrator authorizations.

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