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tglasow
Level 7

Useragent Property

Can somebody tell me the property in which i can find the client useragent to do some whitelisting based on this? Especially mobile devices like iphones, android, etc.

Thanks.

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dstraube
Level 11

Re: Useragent Property

Hello,

I assume an easy way would be to take the request header directly:

Header.Request.Get("User-Agent")

Regards,

Dirk

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jont717
Level 12

Re: Useragent Property

Browse with the device through the web gateway.  Then look in your access.log file and you will see the User-Agent field. 

You can see what is coming up there.  I had to do this with Lotus Notes to make it skip authentication.

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