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Microsoft Forefront UAG 2010 Administrator's Handbook by Ran Dolev, Erez Ben-Ari

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Creating policies using the policy editor

The endpoint policy editor may seem confusing at first, because the double-level editing may make it seem as if your server has billions of policies. In reality, the policy editing process is not that hard:

  1. You create OS-level policies for the 4 OS groups (PC, Mac, Linux and Other)
  2. You assign these to a top-level policy
  3. You assign the top-level policy to an application and/or to a trunk

You can edit an existing policy, but the built-in policies are all built as a script (so you can only edit them in script-mode), which may be tricky for some administrators. It is very sensitive to syntax errors, so it's probably best to start with the GUI-based editor, and create a new policy. To do so, follow these steps: ...

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