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Creating exceptions in SEPM 12.1.4

Created: 16 Mar 2014 | 5 comments

I am trying to work out the best way of implementing exceptions for the various products we have in our environment. Is it advisable to create a separate client group for each different server type and then apply a defined exception policy to that group?

e.g.

L My Company

   L Windows Servers x64 (apply General exceptions here)

      L Exchange (apply Exchange exceptions here)

      L Lync (apply Lync exceptions here)

      L SCOM (apply SCOM exceptions here)

Or should I put all the servers in the Windows Servers x64 client group and apply all the exceptions there?

Thanks, Kate

Operating Systems:

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.Brian's picture

For ease of management this is the way to go. Also note, exceptions for lync won't apply to exchange or scom and vice versa so that part won't really matter. But doing it this way will be easier to manage

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Rafeeq's picture

Right ..create new groups .. Move clients. Uncheck inheritance.. Apply policy

pete_4u2002's picture

you can create a different groups for the application server 

SameerU's picture

Hi

Do you need any more help

Regards