Configuring Windows Security PoliciesConfiguring Security Policies

 

For the computers in the network, the Security Policies are security settings to specify the security and restrictions. The security settings for preventing users to change file type association can be defined using Security Policies Configuration.

Step 1: Name the Configuration

Provide a name and description for the Security Policies Configuration.

Step 2: Define Configuration

Specify the following values:

Parameter Description

Choose Policy Category

The specific policy area in which the security policy will be applied. Select the desired category from left. This displays the relevant security polices. For details on the each category, refer to Windows Help documentation. For details on the each policy in the Select the Policy list, refer to Security Policies topic.

Policy Value

To enable, disable, or to leave it unconfigured, select the appropriate option.

1. To modify a security policy from this table, select the appropriate row, click icon and change the required values.
2. To delete a security policy from this table, select the appropriate row and click icon.

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Step 3: Define Target

Using  the Defining Targets procedure, define the targets for deploying the Security Policies Configuration.

Step 4: Deploy Configuration

Click the Deploy button to deploy the defined Security Policies Configuration in the targets defined. The security policies will be applied during the next system startup.

To save the configuration as draft, click Save as Draft.

See also : Managing Configurations and Collections, Viewing Configuration Reports, Defining Targets, Security Policies
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