Policy Editor Utilities
Policy Editor Licensing
Privilege Management for Windows requires a valid license code to be entered in the Privilege Management Policy Editor. If more than one policy is applied to a computer, you need at least one valid license code for one of those policies.
For example, you could add the Privilege Management for Windows license to a Privilege Management policy that is applied to all managed endpoints, even if it doesn't have any Workstyles. This ensures all endpoints receive a valid license if they have Privilege Management for Windows installed. If you are unsure, then we recommend you add a valid license when you create the Privilege Management policy.
To add a license:
- In the console, select Policies from the sidebar menu.
- Find the row of the policy, and click the vertical ellipsis. Click Edit & Lock Policy from the dropdown menu.
- Expand the Utilities node.
- Click the Licenses node.
- Click Add.
- Enter the license key, and then click Add License.
Privilege Management policies can be imported to and exported from Group Policy as XML files, in a format common to other editions of Privilege Management, such as the Privilege Management ePO Extension. Policies can be migrated and shared between different deployment mechanisms.
- In the Policy Editor, expand Utilities.
- Select Import Policy.
- Select one of the following:
- Merge Policy
- Overwrite Policy: If you select to overwrite, you can optionally select Export Existing Policy to save a copy before overwriting the policy.
- Drop the file onto the box or click inside the box to navigate to the file.
- Click Upload File.