Jump directly to any section or control in the policy. Search by keyword or control ID.
Click the policy name to change it.
Quickly see the policy status and activate or deactivate the policy. Also see how many sections, technologies and controls are currently in this policy.
This is the global technologies list for the policy. Only controls for these technologies can be added to the policy.
Tell us the hosts you want to test for compliance with this policy. You can do this by adding a combination of asset groups and asset tags. Do you have PC Agent? You'll also see the option to include all hosts in your PC Agent license.
The cover page will appear in your policy reports.
It's best practice to organize controls into sections. You'll be prompted to give the section a name and add controls to the section.
Click this button and then type over any section number to change the order. Tip - You can also click the far left edge of any row and drag the row to a new position.
Quickly move from one section to another.
Click the section name to change it.
Search for controls and add them to this section of the policy. Then edit control details and set the expected value.
Save time by copying controls already defined in another policy. We'll add them to this section and copy over the control settings.
Click this button and then type over any control number. You can reorder controls within the section or move controls from one section to another. For example, change control 3.1 to 2.1 to move it from section 3 to section 2. Tip - You can also click the far left edge of any row and drag the row to a new position.
Quickly move from one control to another.
Select a new criticality level or remove the criticality by choosing Undefined. Your selection will overwrite the setting from the controls library.
A control can apply to many different technologies and each technology can have a different expected value. When you add a technology that is not already in the policy, we'll 1) add it to the global technologies list for the policy, and 2) add it to all controls in the policy that support the technology.
This control will be deleted from the policy.
We initially show the control value for one technology at a time - the one selected on the left. Use this option to see how the control is set for all technologies at once.
Run a quick test to see whether this control will pass or fail for a host. You’ll get the pass or fail status and the actual value based on the last scan of the host. This allows you to modify the control value if needed before saving your policy.
A UDC control returns error code 2 "item not found" in cases where the latest scan did not find data required for control evaluation (e.g. file, registry key, or setting within a file or registry key). When selected and error code 2 is returned, we'll set the control status to Passed. Clear the check box to set the status of the control to Failed.
Select this option and hit Save to start policy evaluation. Note - We'll automatically evaluate the policy each time new scan results are processed for the hosts in the policy.