Enumerating Policies

Once the order of Groups is known, the next step is to replace each group with the policies assigned to it. Policies are listed in the same order as they are assigned to a Group. A group without a policy is removed from the list.  It is possible to edit  the priority of policies for a group with more policies assigned. Each policy configures only one product (ERA Agent, ERA Proxy, EES, etc.)

We have 3 policies applied to both static and Dynamic Groups (see picture below):

policy_application1

Our list from step 1 would be transformed into:

1.All (removed, no Policy here)

2.SG 2 -> Policy 1, Policy 2

3.SG 3 (removed for no Policy)

4.DG 1 -> Policy 1, Policy 2

5.DG 3 (removed, no Policy)

6.DG 2 -> Policy 3

7.DG 4 (removed, no Policy)

8.DG 5 (removed, no Policy)

9.DG 6 (removed, no Policy)

10.Computer (removed, no Policy)

The final list of Policies is:

1.Policy 1

2.Policy 2

3.Policy 1

4.Policy 2

5.Policy 3