Modeling Policy Changes Using Open and New

By default, your wizard actions and policy tree changes will apply to the security policy of the machine on which you are running the tool. This gives you immediate administrative access to the security configuration of this machine. However, you may not always want to directly modify the security policy applying to the computer from which you are using the tool. The following are some scenarios in which it may be advantageous to be able to modify or open security policy levels that do not directly apply to your administrative machine:

  • You are about to make a very risky or pervasive security policy change and want to try it out without risking the security of your administration machine.

  • You want to create ...

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