A Site Policy enables you to manage a group of device policies at a defined site. This policy will simplify the management of a large group of devices by location and can be configured for Device Families or Device Models for each site. A device can belong to only one site, and therefore Inherit a single Site Policy at any time, to apply the device to a new Site Policy, move the device to the new Site.
|Site||There is a dropdown list of all Sites that have been created on this Account. Once a Site is selected, the table will refresh with the current Site Policies.|
|Device Families||Select to define Policies that will apply to a collection of common Device Models for the selected Site.|
|Device Models||Select to define Policies that will only apply to the specific Device Model for the selected Site.|
Note: The above Settings are the same for all Policy levels.
For detailed information on managing the following lists, see List Managment.
|Device Family||The family type of the Policy (Shown only when Device Families is selected).|
|Device Model||The model type of the Policy (Shown only when Device Models is selected).|
|Device Count||The number of devices inheriting the Policy.|
|Settings Count||The number of settings that are defined by the Policy.|
For detailed information on managing the following list, see List Management.
Add a New Site Policy
Note: You must change and save at least one setting to create a policy.
- Select Manage > Policies > Site > Add.
- Select or search for a device type from the popup list.
- Select Continue.
- On the Settings page change a setting (this is required to create a policy) to be modified.
- Select Apply.
- A new Site policy is created for the device type and now appears in the list of Policies.
Delete a Site Policy
- Select Manage > Policies > Site.
- Select the checkbox for the Device Model(s) to delete from the list.
- Select Delete.
- Select Confirm.
Caution: This action cannot be undone.
- The policy is deleted and removed from the list.
For additional information on Policies see: