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Endpoint Standard: What is the Purpose of the Grayed Out Policies?

Endpoint Standard: What is the Purpose of the Grayed Out Policies?

Environment

  • Endpoint Standard Console: All Supported Versions

Question

What is the purpose and expected use of the grayed out policies in the Endpoint Standard Console?

Answer

  • If the organization was created after July 5, 2017:
    • Endpoint Standard Console> Enforce> Policies, there are 3 prenamed policies that come standard 'out of the box' with CB Defense:
      • Monitored, Standard, Advanced
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  • If the organization was created before July 5, 2017:
    • Endpoint Standard Console> Enforce> Policies, there are 5 prenamed policies that come standard 'out of the box' with CB Defense:
      • Detection Servers, Restrictive Mac Workstation, Restrictive Windows Workstation, Standard Mac Workstation, and Standard Windows Workstation

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  • These policies serve as a starting point for CB Defense policy creation.
  • Rules, Permissions, and other settings in these policies can be edited, but they are grayed out and "locked" because they cannot be deleted or renamed.

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