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Import Basic Device Policies Manually

New customers getting first access to VSA 10.6 or any future release, will get the Basic Device Policies applied automatically. If you started using VSA 10 before version 10.6, the Basic Device Policies will not get automatically installed. This is to avoid overriding any existing applied Policies. You have the option to download and import the Basic Device Policies manually by following this KB Article.

You can download the ZIP containing Basic Device Policies and Profiles in the attachment at the end of the KB

Import Policies

Navigate to Administration >Configuration > Policies. Click “Import Policy”. You can import 2 available Basic Devices Policies. Follow Step 1 in the video above to complete.

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Import Profiles

Follow Step 2 in the video above to complete. Import each Profile individually from the list below.

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18 Profiles associated with Device Policy Extension

  • Enable All System Details Including Server Modules
  • Enable Remote Control With Explicit User Confirmation
  • AD Server Event Notifications
  • AD Server Performance Diagnostics
  • DHCP Server Event Notifications
  • DHCP Server Performance Diagnostics
  • DNS Server Event Notifications
  • DNS Server Performance Diagnostics
  • High CPU And Memory Usage For More Than 5 Min Notifications
  • IIS Server Event Notifications
  • IIS Server Performance Diagnostics
  • Less Than 1GB Available On All Available Partitions Notifications
  • MS SQL Server Event Notifications
  • MS SQL Server Performance Diagnostics
  • Print Server Event Notifications
  • Print Server Job Queue Diagnostics
  • Windows Server Device Status Notifications
  • Windows Workstation Device Status Notifications

5 Additional Profiles not Part of a Policy

  • All Auto-Started Services Notifications Except Exclusion List
  • Disable Remote Control
  • Enable Maintenance Hours All Weekends
  • Enable Maintenance Hours Thursdays 3-6 AM
  • Less Than 20 Percent Available On System Partition Notification

Create Device Policy Extensions

Follow Step 3 in the video above. Create each Device Policy Extension according to the list below.

 

Name: Windows Server Configuration Policy Extension

Target: Windows device type, All Windows Server OS’s.

Assign Profiles: None. 5 inherited.

 

Name: Windows Workstation Configuration Policy Extension

Target: Windows device type, All Windows Server OS’s.

Assign Profiles: 4 inherited, 1 replaced.

      • Enable Remote Control With Explicit User Confirmation

Name: Windows Server Monitoring Policy Extension

Target: Windows device type, All Windows Server OS’s.

Assign Profiles: 8 inherited, 11 added, 2 replaced.

      • MS SQL Server Event Notifications
      • IIS Server Event Notifications
      • Print Server Event Notifications
      • DNS Server Event Notifications
      • DHCP Server Event Notifications
      • AD Server Event Notifications
      • High CPU And Memory Usage For More Than 5 Min Notifications
      • MS SQL Server Performance Diagnostics
      • DNS Server Performance Diagnostics
      • DHCP Server Performance Diagnostics
      • Print Server Job Queue Diagnostics
      • AD Server Performance Diagnostics
      • IIS Server Performance Diagnostics
      • Windows Server Device Status Notifications
      • Less Than 1GB Available On All Available Partitions Notifications  

Name: Windows Workstation Monitoring Policy Extension

Target: Windows device type, All Windows Server OS’s.

Assigned Profiles: 7 inherited from the root Policy, 1 added.

      • Windows Workstation Device Status Notifications

 

 

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