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Documentation needed to customize templates and policies

Created: 26 Oct 2009 • Updated: 21 May 2010 | 3 comments

Hello,

I'm an ESM beginner and I quickly found how to make it work and how to use it. But now I'd like to customize it by creating customized templates and policies (for Windows, AIX and/or Solaris checks).

Symantec documentation only says :
  - double-click the template to open the Template Editor,
  - specify row information, including any sublist information that is needed,
  - click Save and then click Close.

Unfortunately, no documentation to explain "row information, including any sublist information that is needed". So, I can't succeed in creating a simple template that verify if a file exists (with Green report if it does, and Red report if not).

So, I don't specifically need a solution for that example, but I need documentation on modules, templates, checks, or (better) course support.

Thanks for your answers.

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Rupali Korde's picture

The information which you have send is under the section
'Editing the template rows' (Add a row)

Please check the following sections:
1.  Editing a template
2.  Editing the Sublist in a template

I will recommend you to go through the entire documentation of 'About managing templates'

And let me know if this doesnt solve your purpose.

Regards,
-Rupali
 

 

SymantecFriendly's picture

Hi,

Of course, I started by reading carefully ESM 9.0 User Guide, including 'About managing templates' section.

But it doesn't explain why/how to complete columns in Template Editor or Template Sublist Editor...

damodar.shanke's picture

Try the following link
http://www.symantec.com/business/security_response...
You can download the following help file that is published: Checks and Template Reference
(YOU NEED TO RIGHT CLICK AND  USE SAVE AS OPTION ELSE THE FILE WILL NOT OPEN PROPERLY)

This file has more comprehensive details on template creations in chm format. Refer section 'Symantec Enterprise Security Manager Templates'
Let me know if this helps!

if u need things 2 b done...
...then do the things that u need 2 be doing!!!