Give full control to
users with an administrator account on the host. Otherwise, you can define
rights individually on the host under
Preferences > Security > User
Access Control. See "How to Specify User Access
Rights in LogMeIn" in the LogMeIn User Guide.
Allow login credentials to be saved
Allow LogMeIn users with permission to use
automatic authentication to securely save their username and password to the
client when connecting to a host.
How to Set Up Automatic Authentication.
Save user name in a cookie
client-side users to save their Windows username in a browser cookie. As a
result, users will only need to enter a password to authenticate when
connecting from the same client.
Hide list of domains on the Remote Access login screen
list of active domains on the host authentication dialog box. This provides an
extra layer of security by forcing the client-side user to know the exact name
of the chosen domain.
Allow the user to turn off LogMeIn
Allow users to turn
off the LogMeIn service via the LogMeIn host interface.