What can users change on the client user interface?
You as the administrator set the user control level to determine whether the user can make changes to the client. For example, you can prevent the user from opening the client user interface or the notification area icon. The user interface features that you manage for the users are called managed settings. The user does not have access to all of the client features, such as password protection.
You can configure user interface settings on the client if you do either of the following tasks:
Set the client's user control level to server control.
Set the client's user control level to mixed control and set the parent feature on the Client/Server Control Settings tab to Server.
For example, you can set the Show/Hide notification area icon option to Client. The notification area icon appears on the client and the user can choose to show or hide the icon. If you set the Show/Hide notification area icon option to Server, you can choose whether to display the notification area icon on the client.
Most of these settings apply to the Windows client only. You can configure a few options on the Mac client in server control only.
To configure user interface settings in mixed control