Video Tutorial: Bitdefender Business Client Restricted vs Power Mode
Bitdefender Business Client is part of a complex business security and management solution. It protects company workstations and it is managed from a central location. The network security administrator will remotely install and configure Bitdefender Business Client on your computer.
Once Bitdefender Business Client is installed, your computer is protected against all kind of threats (malware, spam, hackers, inappropriate content and so on). Typically, you do not have to configure Bitdefender Business Client, as this is done remotely by your network security administrator. However, you may need to open the Bitdefender interface to perform basic operations, such as backing data up. Your system administrator may also ask you to update Bitdefender and scan your computer.
The way you interact with and use the product much depends on its operation mode. Bitdefender Business Client can operate in one of the following modes:
- Restricted User
- Power User
The default operation mode is restricted user and only your network security administrator can change it.
In the restricted user mode the configuration and administration of Bitdefender Business Client are entirely up to the network security administrator. You can only check the Bitdefender status and configuration, and also perform basic on-demand tasks, such as updating Bitdefender, scanning the computer and backing data up.
In the power user mode you have full control over Bitdefender Business Client. Different from the restricted user mode, the power user mode allows you to fully configure and customize the protection features offered by Bitdefender. An important benefit available to power users only is that they are being able to use the entire set of backup options.
For more details about this, please refer to our below video tutorial, which will show you the exact GUI interface and usage differences.