Assigning a policy to a group
|Article:HOWTO55050|||||Created: 2011-06-29|||||Updated: 2011-12-16|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO55050|
You assign a policy to a client computer through a group. Every group has exactly one policy of each protection type that is assigned to it at all times. If you have both Windows clients and Mac clients, you can put them into separate groups or you can manage them in the same group. If you put them in the same group and apply a policy, each type of client applies the appropriate policy settings. Window computers ignore the settings that only apply to Mac computers, and Mac computers ignore the settings that only apply to Window computers.
Unassigned policies are not downloaded to the client computers in groups and locations. If you do not assign the policy when you add the policy, you can assign it to groups and locations later. You can also reassign a policy to a different group or location.
Policies are assigned to computer groups as follows:
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