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Edit a policy

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Updated: June 16, 2017

  1. Click on the Settings link in the left navigation tree.
  2. Under Device Management, select Policies.

    The Menu will show different sections of parameters that you can edit.

  3. Click on the edit policy icon for the policy you want to edit. Once you select the desired report it will display a menu with all of the option available for modification. The following example shows the "Default SMI-S Policy (SMI-S)."

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    • Rules – Choose which rules to include in this policy
    • Devices – Choose which devices to include in this policy
    • SMI-S Configuration – Set the configuration parameters for a Storage Array Device
  4. Click Push. This will allow the policy changes to be populated to all the proxy agents listed in the "Devices" option of the policy.
  5. After clicking Push, you are returned to the "Policy" web page. Click Push List Report to display any pending reports waiting to be pushed to proxy agents.

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