Managing Policy and Group Assignments

From the System Management page, you can manage how policies and groups are associated with each other.

You can learn about the following topics here:

Associating Groups with a Policy

You can associate a group or multiple groups with a policy from the System Management page or from the Edit Policy page.

To associate a group from the System Management page, follow these steps:

  1. From System Management > Policies, find the name of the policy that you want to associate a group(s) with.

  2. On the right, click Actions > Associate Groups for that policy.

  3. In the Associate Groups dialog window, select the group or groups that you want to associate with the policy and click Associate.

To associate a group from the Edit Policy page, follow these steps:

  1. From System Management > Policies, find the name of the policy that you want to associate a group with.

  2. Click the name of the policy to open the Edit Policy page.

  3. On the right side of the Edit Policy page, click Associate Groups.

  4. In the Associate Groups dialog window, select the group or groups that you want to associate with the policy and click Associate.

Associating Policies with a Group

You can associate a policy or multiple policies with a group from the System Management page or from the Edit Group page.

To associate a policy from the System Management page, follow these steps:

  1. From the System Management page, click the Group tab.

  2. Find the name of the group and click Actions > Associate Policies.

  3. In the Associate Policies dialog window, select the policy or policies that you want to associate with the group and click OK.

To associate policies from the Group editor, follow these steps:

  1. From the System Management page, click the Group tab.

  2. Click the name of the group to open the Edit Group page.

  3. On the right side of the group editor page, click Associate Policies.

  4. In the Associate Policies dialog window, select the policy or policies that you want to associate with the group and click OK.

Removing an Associated Policy from a Group

You can remove a policy from a group from the Edit Group page.

  1. From the System Management page, click the Group tab.

  2. Click the name of the group to open the Edit Group page.

  3. Remove an associated policy by clicking on the minus sign ( - ) next to the policy name on the right.

  4. Click Update Group to confirm.

Removing an Associated Group from a Policy

You can remove a group from a policy from the Edit Policy page.

  1. From the System Management page, click the Policies tab.

  2. Click the name of the policy to open the Edit Policy page.

  3. Remove an associated group by clicking on the minus sign ( - ) next to the group name on the right.

  4. Click Save Policy to confirm.

Scheduling a Policy for Immediate Remediation

  1. From System Management > Policies, find the name of the policy.

  2. On the right, click Actions > Associate Groups for that policy.

  3. Click Actions > Run Policy. A dialog box warning appears.

  4. Click Run Policy or Cancel.

Note: Manually executing a worklet triggers the remediation script regardless of the compliance status of the device. Use this with caution.