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A user agent is a computer program representing a person, for example, a browser in a Web context.

Besides a browser, a user agent could be a bot scraping webpages, a download manager, or another app accessing the Web. Along with each request they make to the server, browsers include a self-identifying User-Agent HTTP header called a user agent (UA) string. This string often identifies the browser, its version number, and its host operating system.

Spam bots, download managers, and some browsers often send a fake UA string to announce themselves as a different client. This is known as user agent spoofing.

The user agent string can be accessed with JavaScript on the client side using the navigator.userAgent property.

A typical user agent string looks like this: "Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Ubuntu; Linux x86_64; rv:35.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/35.0".

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Cisco User Agent 2.3

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Maria Johnson
• Friday, 30 July, 2021
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To use Version 2.3 of the user agent to collect user login data from up to five Microsoft Active Directory servers and send it to Management Centers, you must install it, connect it to each Management Center and Microsoft Active Directory server, and configure general settings. Configure and enable the Active Directory object or realm.

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The terminology used to describe the object depends on your Management Center version; for more information, see one of the following sections: Step 2 Configure the Active Directory server to log events for the user agent to communicate to the Management Center.

Set up the computer’s TCP/IP access to the Active Directory server. Step 5 If you have a previous user agent installation, optionally back up the agent database to retain configuration settings.

Step 6 Configure permissions necessary to allow the agent to connect to an Active Directory server. Step 8 Configure connections to one or more Microsoft Active Directory servers.

For more information, see Configure Sergeant Active Directory Server Connections. For more information, see Configure Sergeant Management Center Connections.

Configure a list of usernames and IP addresses to exclude from polling for login and logoff data. Caution Do not modify the user agent maintenance settings unless Cisco TAC directs you to do so.

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This section discusses how to prepare the Management Center to receive user data from the user agent. To implement user access control, you must configure and enable a connection between the Defense Center and at least one of your organization’s Microsoft Active Directory servers.

In Version 5.x, this is called an LDAP connection or a user awareness object. To implement user access control, you must configure and enable a connection between the Management Center and at least one of your organization’s Microsoft Active Directory servers.

Step 1 On the Active Directory server, click Start > > Administrative Tools > Event Viewer. Step 3 Allow Wei through the firewall on the Active Directory server.

Step 1 Click Start > Administrative Tools > Group Policy Management. Step 3 Right-click Default Domain Policy and click Edit.

Step 6 In the Edit Logoff Properties dialog box, check Configure the following audit events and Success. The user agent uses a remote Windows Management Instrumentation (Wei) call to query domain computers for logoffs.

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This section discusses how to optionally enable idle session timeouts in group policy. This helps prevent the agent from detecting and reporting extraneous logins due to multiple sessions on a host.

Without user input, the active session eventually idles. If another user logs into the workstation using Remote Desktop Services while one session is idle, it’s possible that two logins are reported to the Management Center.

To enable Terminal Services' session timeout, update the group policy settings for idle Terminal Services session timeout and disconnected Terminal Services session timeout for Windows Server 2008 or Windows Server 2012, as discussed in Configure Timeout and Reconnection Settings for Terminal Services Sessions on Microsoft Techno. Set Remote Desktop timeouts shorter than the user agent ’s logoff check frequency so idle and disconnected sessions have a chance to time out before the next logoff check.

If you have a mandatory idle session or disconnected session timeout, set the user agent ’s logoff check frequency longer than the Remote Desktop timeout. To enable the user agent to send logoff events to the Management Center, you must allow Wei traffic through the firewall on every computer that connects to the domain.

You can install the user agent on a Windows computer that meets the requirements discussed in this section. A computer on a trusted network that can access the Active Directory server.

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Note If you do not have the.NET Framework, when you start the agent executable file (setup.exe), it prompts you to download it. Note If you install the user agent on Windows Server 2003 or an older operating system, the user agent cannot collect real time statistics from an Active Directory computer.

The computer has TCP/IP access to the Management Centers where you want to report data and an IPv4 address. Caution If you have a previous version of the user agent installed, you must back up the database to retain configuration settings.

If you’re upgrading an older version of the user agent, this step isn’t necessary. Step 1 Log in to the Active Directory server as a member of the Domain Admins group.

Step 2 To run the user agent on the Active Directory server, create a local user account. Skip the remaining steps in this section and continue with Give the User Privileges.

Step 4 In the left pane, expand the domain and folder in which to add the user. Caution For security reasons, make sure this user account is known only to network administrators.

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Adding a local user to the Domain Admins group on the Active Directory server. To run the user agent on the Active Directory server, you must add the user to the Domain Admins group.

To make the user agent easier to install, you can optionally add it to the Administrators group as well. This section provides a summary of the tasks required to give a domain user minimal privileges to run the user agent.

Step 4 Enable the user agent to use real time processing of the Active Directory server. Create a Group Policy Object (GPO) security policy for the Windows firewall rule to allow inbound network traffic to Remote Procedure Call (RPC) Endpoint Mapper service as discussed on Microsoft Techno.

Create a GPO security policy for the Windows firewall rule to allow inbound traffic on random RPC ports as discussed on Microsoft Techno. This section provides a step-by-step example of giving a domain user minimal privileges to run the user agent.

This section discusses how to give the domain user Wei privileges to the Root > CIMV2 node on the Active Directory server so the user can retrieve logoff events from domain computers. Step 1 Log in to the Active Directory server as a member of the Domain Admins group.

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Step 4 Right-click Console Root > Wei Control (Local) and click Properties. Step 5 In the Wei Control (Local) Properties dialog box, click the Security tab.

Step 8 In the Security for ROOT\CIMV2 dialog box, click Add. Windows locates the username and displays it in the field.

Step 13 In the Wei Control Properties dialog box, click OK. Step 1 Log in to the domain computer on which you’ll install the user agent.

In this example, the username is sesame\limited.UA There is typically no need to change the other options in this dialog box. If the connection is successful, the Windows Management Instrumentation Tester dialog box is displayed as follows.

Step 11 In the Windows Management Instrumentation Tester dialog box, click Exit. Step 1 Log in to the Active Directory server as member of the Domain Admins group.

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Step 5 In the Computer Properties dialog box, click the COM Security tab. Step 6 Under Launch and Activation Permissions, click Edit Limits.

Step 7 In the Launch and Activation Permissions dialog box, click Add. Step 11 In the Launch and Activation Permissions dialog box, click OK.

Step 1 Click Start > > Administrative Tools > Group Policy Management. Step 3 Right-click Default Domain Policy and click Edit.

Step 5 In the right pane, double-click Manage auditing and security log. Step 9 In the Manage auditing and security log Properties dialog box, click OK.

This section is required for the user agent to use real time event processing for the Active Directory server. For more information about real time event processing, see Configure Sergeant Active Directory Server Connections.

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To allow inbound remote procedure call (RPC) network traffic, use the Windows Firewall with Advanced Security node in Group Policy Management to create two firewall rules: The first rule allows incoming traffic to the RPC Endpoint Mapper service, which responds with a dynamically assigned port number that the client must use to communicate with the service.

The second rule allows network traffic that is sent to the dynamically assigned port number. Using the two rules helps to protect your computer by allowing network traffic only from computers that have received RPC dynamic port redirection and to only those port numbers assigned by the RPC Endpoint Mapper.

Step 1 If you haven’t done so already, log in to your Active Directory server as a member of the Domain Admins group. Step 3 In the Administrative Tools window, double-click Group Policy Management.

Step 10 In the Customize Service Settings dialog box, click Apply to this service, select Remote Procedure Call (RPC) with a short name of Pass, and click OK. Step 13 For Local port, choose RPC Endpoint Mapper, and then click Next.

Step 14 On the Scope page, in the Which remote IP addresses does this rule apply to? Step 16 On the Action page, select Allow the connection, and then click Next.

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Step 5 In the Customize Service Settings dialog box, click Apply to this service, select Windows Event Log with a short name of Event, and click OK. Step 12 On the Profiles page, check only Domain and click Next.

Step 1 Apply the new GPO policies using the command update /force or an equivalent method. Note You must run the update /force command using elevated permissions.

To preserve these configuration settings, back up the database before installing the newer version of the user agent. Note If you have Version 2.2 or later of the user agent installed, you do not need to back up the database.

Configuration settings are automatically imported when you install a newer version of the user agent. Step 3 Locate CiscoUserAgent.SDF on the computer where the agent is installed, and copy the file locally.

Step 4 Uninstall the CiscoUserAgent using the Control Panel’s Add/Remove Programs option. Step 8 Locate CiscoUserAgent.SDF on the computer where the latest version of the agent is installed.

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Replace the current file with the local backup made from the previous version of the agent. Step 9 On the computer where the latest version of the agent is installed, select Start > Programs > Cisco > Configure Cisco Firepower Sergeant for Active Directory.

By default, the agent runs as a service using the Local System account. If the Windows computer where the agent is running is connected to the network, the service continues to poll and send user data even if a user is not actively logged in to the computer.

For each agent, you can configure connections to one or more Active Directory servers and up to five Management Centers. In a high availability configuration, add both Management Centers to the agent to enable update of user login data to both the primary and the secondary so the data remains current on both.

If you are upgrading an older version of the user agent, log in to the same computer. To install the user agent on the Active Directory server, log in to the Active directory server as a member of the Domain Admins group, and, optionally the Administrators group.

Step 2 Download the Sergeant setup file (Cisco _Firepower_ User _ Agent _for_Active_Directory_ 2.3 -10.zip) from the Support Site. Note Download the compressed archive containing the user agent setup files directly from the Support Site.

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The agent requires 3 MB free on the hard drive for installation. We recommend you allocate 4 GB on the hard drive for the agent local database.

Tip If you are using an account that is not a member of the Administrators group and do not have permissions to install new applications on the Windows computer, you must elevate to a user that does belong to the Administrators group to have the appropriate permissions to start the installation. Step 6 You must accept the license agreements to continue the installation.

Step 7 If you do not have the Microsoft.NET Framework Version 4.0 Client Profile and SQL Server Compact 3.5 on the Windows computer where you install the agent, you are prompted to download the appropriate files. Step 8 Follow the prompts in the wizard to install the agent.

If User Account Control is enabled on the computer, you must answer Yes to every prompt requesting permission to make changes. After the agent is installed, you can configure it to receive data from Active Directory servers, report the information to Management Centers, exclude specific usernames and IP addresses from the reporting, and log status messages to a local event log or the Windows application log.

Add, modify, or remove Active Directory servers, enable real time Active Directory server data retrieval, and modify the Active Directory server polling interval and maximum poll length See Configure Sergeant Active Directory Server Connections for more information.

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How often the agent polls for user activity data, or attempts to establish or re-establish a real time connection with an Active Directory server if the connection is lost. What IP address the agent reports for logins to the Active Directory server itself.

How much login and logoff data the agent retrieves when it establishes or re-establishes a connection with an Active Directory server. Note If you install the user agent on Windows Server 2003 or an older operating system, the user agent cannot collect real time statistics from an Active Directory computer.

From the user agent, you can view the current Active Directory server polling status at the time the tab is selected, the last login reported to the agent, and the last time the agent polled an Active Directory server. The server is available for real time data retrieval.

Pending The server configuration is added, but communication hasn’t started yet. It takes some time after you add and save a server configuration for it to start communicating with the user agent.

If the pending status persists, check communication between the user agent and the server. If you do, configure each user agent to exclude the IP address of every other host running an agent that is polling the same Active Directory server and the username the agent uses to log in.

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If you omit that information, you cannot detect logoffs for users authenticating to the Active Directory server. You can poll the server regardless of whether you enter a username and password.

Note If your Active Directory system has multiple domain controllers, enter the hostname or IP address of the domain controller with which you want the user agent to communicate. In a distributed or heavily trafficked system, you can optionally install more than one user agent as discussed in Deploy Multiple User Agents.

To authenticate using a proxy, enter a fully qualified username. Note If your user password contains 65 or more characters, you cannot configure new server connections.

Step 8 To detect logins to the Active Directory server, select an IP address from the Local Login IP Address field. Step 9 Check Process real time events to enable the user agent to retrieve login events from this Active Directory server real time.

If you have more than one server connection configured, you can sort on Host, Last Reported, Polling Status, Last Polled, Real Time Status, or Real Time by clicking the respective column headers. Change the interval at which the agent automatically polls the Active Directory server for user login data, select a time from the Active Directory Server Polling Interval list.

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After you save the settings, the next poll occurs after the selected number of minutes elapse, and recurs at that interval. If real time event processing is enabled for an Active Directory server, and the user agent loses connectivity with the server, the agent keeps attempting polls until it receives a response and real time data retrieval is available.

After the connection is established, real time data retrieval resumes. Change the maximum time span polled when the agent first establishes or reestablishes a connection to poll an Active Directory server for user login data, select a time from the Active Directory Server Max Poll Length list.

Note The user agent does not allow saving a configuration that would skip user activity data in each poll. Therefore, you cannot save a value in the Active Directory Server Max Poll Length list less than the value selected from the Active Directory Server Polling Interval list.

You must add at least one Management Center to the agent to report user login and logoff data. To configure the agent, you can take any of the actions described in Table 2-1.

You can send Active Directory user data to up to five Management Centers from an user agent. In a high availability configuration, add both Management Centers to the agent to enable update of user login and logoff data to both the primary and the secondary so the data remains current on both.

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Step 3 Click the Firepower Management Centers tab. Step 5 Enter the hostname or IP address of the Management Center you want to add.

You should not add a Management Center by both hostname and IP address. If the Management Center has more than one network adapter, you should not add it multiple times using different IP addresses.

If you have more than one Management Center connection configured, you can sort on Host, Status, or Last Reported by clicking the respective column headers. You can define up to 500 usernames to be excluded when polling for login or logoff events.

Login and logoff events for a username that are reported before the exclusion are not affected. You can also export and import lists of usernames and domains, stored in comma-separated value files.

For example, if you installed the user agent on a computer separate from the Active Directory server, you can use this option to exclude the useragentuser from logging to the Management Center. Step 3 In the next available row, enter a username you want to exclude in the Username column.

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If you have more than one excluded username configured, you can sort on Username or Domain by clicking the respective column headers. Place your pointer at the end of the username and press the Backspace key until it is deleted.

By default, the file is named Cisco _ user _ agent _excluded_users.csv. You can configure up to 100 IPv4 and IPv6 addresses to be excluded when polling for login events.

Login and logoff events from an IP address that are reported before the exclusion are not affected. For example, if you installed the user agent on a computer separate from the Active Directory server, you can use this option to exclude the useragentuser from logging to the Management Center.

Note If you use both the user agent and TS Agent in the same network, you should exclude the TS Agent ’s IP address to prevent non-critical errors from being logged to the Firepower Management Center. If you enter an invalid IP address, an exclamation mark icon () is displayed in the row header.

Step 4 To remove an IP address, highlight the row and press the Delete key. By default, the file is named Cisco _ user _ agent _excluded_addresses.csv.

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The agent logs each status message with a timestamp and the severity level. Level Color Description The event is logged for debugging purposes.

The event is unexpected, but does not necessarily disrupt normal agent operation. The event is unexpected, and normal agent operation is disrupted.

The agent can also export the local event log contents to a comma-separated value file. Note Debug status messages are stored for seven days before being removed from the event log.

Step 4 If directed to do so by Cisco TAC, select Show Debug Messages in Log to view debug status messages in the event log and enable the Maintenance tab page. Note Select this option only if Cisco TAC directs you to do so.

Step 6 Select a time period from the Message Cache Size drop-down list to configure how long status messages are saved before they are automatically deleted from the local event log. Status messages, once logged to the local event log, are saved for the time period selected in the Message Cache Size drop-down list, then deleted.

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Choose High only if your agent monitors and retrieves significant amounts of user activity and it is affecting performance. Step 8 To configure the agent, you can take any of the actions described in Table 2-1.

In addition to configuration settings, the agent stores user -to-IP-address mapping information, the local event log, and reporting state information in the SQL CE database. You can also clear the reporting state cache, which forces a manual polling of the configured Active Directory servers.

Caution Do not change any settings on the Maintenance tab page unless Support directs you to do so. Step 3 Click Show Debug Messages in Log to enable the Maintenance tab.

Step 7 Click Clear reporting state cache to clear data related to the last time the agent reported login and logoff information to the configured Management Centers. See Configure Sergeant Active Directory Server Connections for more information.

Double-check the Management Center’s hostname or IP address you’ve configured in the user agent. If you’re accessing the Management Center by IP address, use the ping address command to verify it is reachable by the user agent computer.

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The user agent shows the Firepower Management Center as unavailable in the user agent ’s Firepower Management Centers tab page. The Firepower Management Center can download users and groups from the Active Directory domain controller.

This situation applies to you only if you restricted the ciphers on the Windows machine, which is relatively uncommon. The Firepower Management Center supports the following ciphers for connecting with the user agent.

Step 6 In the left column, click Sergeant Status Monitor. Step 8 At the bottom of the page, click Save Policy and Exit.

(In other words, the Management Center doesn’t report the last login because it’s from the same IP address as the first.) To be able to process real time events from the Active Directory server, the user agent requires Remote Procedure Call (RPC) access to the Active Directory server.

If the status of real time processing is displayed as unknown or unavailable in the user agent ’s Active Directory Servers tab page for an extended period of time, look for errors in the user agent log and try the other suggestions discussed in this section. Step 4 Check Show debug messages in log.

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To isolate the firewall as the issue, optionally disable the Active Directory Server’s firewall for a few minutes and see if the user agent can process real time events. Step 7 Try deleting the Active Directory Server configuration in the user agent and adding it back.

If you don’t see any User Logoff events in the Management Center, make sure you allowed Wei through the firewall on all domain computers. If you use both the Terminal Services (TS) Agent and the user agent, you can avoid non-critical errors in the logs by excluding the TS Agent IP address from the user agent.

All rights reserved. Cisco Defense Orchestrator (CDO) is a cloud-based, multi-device manager that manages security products like Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA), Firepower Threat Defense next-generation firewall, and Merak devices, to name a few.

Cisco has released free software updates that address the vulnerability described in this advisory. Customers may only install and expect support for software versions and feature sets for which they have purchased a license.

In most cases this will be a maintenance upgrade to software that was previously purchased. In all cases, customers should ensure that the devices to be upgraded contain sufficient memory and confirm that current hardware and software configurations will continue to be supported properly by the new release.

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If the information is not clear, customers are advised to contact the Cisco Technical Assistance Center (TAC) or their contracted maintenance providers. Customers should have the product serial number available and be prepared to provide the URL of this advisory as evidence of entitlement to a free upgrade.

Cisco Expos Software Releasers Fixed Release for This VulnerabilityFirst Fixed Release for All Vulnerabilities Described in the Bundle of Advisories5.25.2(1)SV5(1.2)5.2(1)SV5(1.2) Nexus 1000V Switch for Microsoft Hyper-V: CSCvn23537 Cisco Expos Software Releasers Fixed Release for This VulnerabilityFirst Fixed Release for All Vulnerabilities Described in the Bundle of AdvisoriesEarlier than 7.0(3)I4 2 Not vulnerable7.0(3)I4(9) 2 7.0(3)I4 2 7.0(3)I4(9) 2 7.0(3)I4(9) 2 7.0(3)I77.0(3)I7(6)7.0(3)I7(6)9.29.

23 .2(3l)3.2(3l) 4.04.0(4e)4.0(4e) For help determining the best Cisco Expos Software release for a Cisco Nexus Switch, administrators can refer to the following Recommended Releases documents. Method SummaryMethod AttributesMethod Name and DescriptionGetter for a Dialogs' collection object that is associated with User.

Getter for the mobile agent work mode. Performs a GET against Finesse server retrieving all the Not Ready reason codes.

Getter for a Notebooks collection object that is associated with User. Getter for a Queues' collection object that is associated with User.

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Performs a GET against Finesse server retrieving all the Sign out reason codes. Getter for the state change time of this User.

Getter for a WrapUpReasons collection object that is associated with User. Returns true if the user's current state is WORK or WORK_READY.

Perform an agent login for this user, associating him with the specified extension. Perform an agent login for this user, associating him with the specified extension.

Make a silent monitor call to a particular agent's phone number. Make a silent monitor call to a particular agent's phone number.

Methods borrowed from class finesse.rest services. RestBase : Chandler, metadata, fetid, property, property, loaded, refresh, removeHandler finesse.rest services. Getter for a Dialogs' collection object that is associated with User.

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Performs a GET against Finesse server retrieving all the Not Ready reason codes. Returns: {String} The pending state of this User See: finesse.rest services.

Parameters:{finesse.interfaces. RestObjectHandlers} handlers Optional Object that sets callback handlers (only applicable when Object has not been previously created). Getter for a Queues' collection object that is associated with User.

Performs a GET against Finesse server retrieving all the Sign out reason codes. Returns: {String} The current (or last fetched) state of this User See: finesse.rest services.

Parameters:{finesse.interfaces. RestObjectHandlers} handlers Optional Object that sets callback handlers (only applicable when Object has not been previously created). Returns: {Boolean} True if user has role of agent, else false.

Returns: {Boolean} True if user has role of supervisor, else false. Returns: {Boolean} True if there is a pending state change.

Returns true if the user's current state is WORK or WORK_READY. This is used so that a pending state is not cleared when moving into wrap up (work) mode.

Note that we don't add this as a pending state, since changes while in wrap up occur immediately (and we don't want any “pending state” to flash on screen. Returns: {Boolean} True if user is in wrap-up mode.

Returns: {Boolean} True if this agent is required to go into wrap-up. Parameters:{String} extension The extension to associate with this user {finesse.interfaces. RequestHandlers} handlers An object containing the handlers for the request Returns: {finesse.rest services.

Parameters:{String} extension The extension to associate with this user {String} mode The mobile agent work mode as defined in finesse.rest services. {String} extension The external dial number desired to be used by the mobile agent.

Parameters:{String} reasonable The reason this user is logging out. Parameters:{String} The number to call {String} dialogue The associated dialog URI of SUPERVISOR_MONITOR call {finesse.interfaces. RequestHandlers} handlers An object containing the handlers for the request Returns: {finesse.rest services.

User. States Documentation generated by Judo Toolkit 2.3 .2 on Tue May 27, 2014 20:34:36 GMT-0400 (EDT) Field Description Required $(DEVICE\_TYPE) SMART-TV is used for Samsung Smart TV.

Optional Build/$(BUILD\_TAG)) Platform Build Tag is used on Android devices. Optional $(APP\_NAME)/$(APP\_Very) Web Browsers on Samsung devices (Mobile and Smart TV) use SamsungBrowser/version ”.

Mandatory (Chrome/$(CHROME\_Very)) This field is presented in a Chrome-based web browser only. This will also reflect on the Ti zen Samsung Browser if it will be based on Chrome in the future.

For devices supporting Virtual Reality contents, use VR ”. If PC UX is appropriate for the device, this field is empty.

Optional Users can explicitly request PC content from Samsung Internet for Android via the “More > Desktop version”. User agent string format for desktop version request is as follows.

consider the Resize Event On the Resize Event, focus should be maintained on the Input field so that the user of the TV web browser can input characters and symbols using Samsung IME. The following table shows how the identifiers and proper contents are related.

Open the test web page on the desktop Chrome Browser. Enter the Samsung UA string and screen resolution that you want to test.

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