UserLock Documentation
UserLock Documentation

What’s new in UserLock 9.6

Get real-time logon notifications via Webhooks

Extend UserLock’s comprehensive logon data into countless other operations.

Straight from the console, UserLock customers can now configure their own webhook URL (HTTPS and HTTP are supported) and subscribe to all session access events.

Webhooks make it easier to push updates directly to other applications right when they happen, opening up new automation possibilities. It allows real-time logon notifications to be integrated into other applications or monitoring platforms, and custom workflows can be built based on specific access events.

Every user connection event - and logon attempt – will be notified to the webhook URL alongside all user and machine details associated with the event (IP address, session type, time, etc.)

A list of all field recorded can be found here.

There are many ways webhooks and the UserLock API can be used to bring UserLock’s data into other apps.

  • Feed granular logon data into your SIEM solution for more accurate analysis.
  • Feed granular logon data into time and attendance systems to accurately log employees hours and overtime.
  • Integrate with software applications to allow line managers to easily authorize temporary time extensions for any specific user.
  • Trigger real time processes such as blocking a user in Active Directory following a suspicious logon event.
  • Integrate granular logon data with physical access control systems to better control employee’s access to doorways or other entrance portals. (I.e. an attempted access to a building using a compromised badge would be unsuccessful if the user is currently already logged on at their desktop).

Support for Windows Server 2016

UserLock 9.6 is fully compatible with Windows Server 2016.

Improved Agent Distribution data

The ‘Agent Distribution’ data is now updated by a multi-threaded mechanism. For larger environments with many protected computers, the data will be updated much faster.