HOWTO Commands

When a client installer is downloaded from the Access Server, it is
possible to customize the default settings of the installer. In the
examples below, we configure the settings for all Access Server users
by using the __DEFAULT__ user. Instead of __DEFAULT__, a user or
group name could be specified instead.

Configure a managed installer that local non-administrative users on
the client machine can only use to connect to this Access Server
(by default, the client can connect to any Access Server):

./sacli --user __DEFAULT__ --key cli_pref_managed --value true UserPropPut

Configure the installer to allow user-level script execution on the client
(disabled by default):

./sacli --user __DEFAULT__ --key cli_pref_exec_script --value true UserPropPut

Configure the installer to allow admin-level script execution on the client
(disabled by default):

./sacli --user __DEFAULT__ --key cli_pref_exec_script --value true UserPropPut
./sacli --user __DEFAULT__ --key cli_pref_exec_admin --value true UserPropPut

Configure the installer to allow silent script execution without
user interaction (disabled by default):

./sacli --user __DEFAULT__ --key cli_pref_exec_silent --value true UserPropPut

Configure the installer to allow connections with HTTP proxies that use
weak authentication methods that transmit passwords in cleartext, such as
HTTP Basic Auth (by default such methods are not allowed):

./sacli --user __DEFAULT__ --key cli_pref_proxy_auth_allow_weak --value true UserPropPut

Configure the installer so that after installation, the client will update
itself without asking for user confirmation (by default the user will be
asked for confirmation):

./sacli --user __DEFAULT__ --key cli_pref_silent_update --value true UserPropPut

To undo any of the above settings, repeat the command with "--value false"
or delete the setting entirely with:

./sacli --user __DEFAULT__ --key [KEY_NAME] UserPropDel