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Setting policies in Symantec Critical System Protection

Created: 25 Nov 2013 • Updated: 25 Nov 2013 | 5 comments

Are there any commands available to set policies in Symantec Critical System Protection???

Like setting detection policy for file watch using command line?

 

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Chuck Edson's picture

No, you cannot configure or set Detection and Prevention policies at the command line. Policies come from the manager.

However, if the user logged onto the Agent computer has permission to run the SCSP tools, then the user can apply the null policy and re-apply the previously given Prevention policy.

Users can also be given permission via policy to run the IPS policy override tool.

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pete_4u2002's picture

why do you need to run it command line. Use the manager console to apply the policy.

shubhangi's picture

I need to automate CSP for setting up policies, for that I need CLI.

pete_4u2002's picture

refer the scsp admin guide and look for the topic Agent config tool, this might help to some extent.

 

 

shubhangi's picture

I checked this as well, but it is for modifying Agent configuration like setting management server port, path of SSL certificate etc.

What I am looking for is, setting up policies e.x. file watch policy.

It can be done uging GUI but I want command for the same thing.