- What you need to know
- Creating predefined policies
- Audio/Video demonstration
- Mapping/Unmapping entities
- Activating/Inactivating policies
- Related articles
What you need to know
- Policies that Global Security Administrators (administrator for all repositories) and Security Administrators create for users are known as predefined policies.
- Only users who are explicitly mapped to it will be able to use it to protect files. In this section, we'll only focus on predefined policies.
- As a security admin, you can manage predefined policies for users within the scope of your Organizational Unit, or OU. If you're a Global security admin, you can do this for the entire organization.
- In this section, we'll explain types of policies, creating policies, and inactivating/activating policies.
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Creating predefined policies
*Only users and groups (that is, entities) whom you have mapped to a policy will be able to use it to protect files.
Here’s how you can map or unmap entities to a policy.
You can also activate and inactivate predefined policies. Here's how you do it.
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