How To Implement and Select New Default Policies in Webroot Antivirus?

When user uses Endpoint Protection, they first select its default policies. Generally, the policy states the SecureAnywhere settings on endpoints like the scanning schedule and also its shielding behavior. The user can use the default policy or they can define more policies and just assign to endpoints. Keep in mind you can create a new policy for administrators and just keep everyone else on the default policy. For more details, just go to Webroot official site via www.webroot.com/safe. In this blog, you will read the method to implement policies and Select New Default Policies.

Method to Implementing Policies:

In order to implement a policy, the user should first log in to their Endpoint Protection console. Then, they will see the Endpoint Protection console appears with the Status tab active. Here, you should tap on the Policies tab. At this point, you have to decide if you wish to use your default policy. Remember, your default policy is present on the left side and it is represented by white horizontal arrow. After this, you should double-hit on your default policy in order to display the settings. After this, you will view the Settings which apply to your PC only are represented by the Windows icon. And the Settings which apply to PC and Mac are represented by both Windows icon and Mac icon. Here, you should Review the policy settings and just verify if the default policy fulfills your business requirements. If it does not fulfill, then you cannot modify the Webroot defaults, in this situation you have to create a new policy. When you create new policies, then assign it to endpoints in the Group Management tab.

Method to Select New Default Policies:

If the user installs SecureAnywhere on new endpoints, then the Endpoint Protection assigns it to your default policy. If you require, then you can set a different default policy for any endpoints which you will install in the future.

In order to select a new default policy, you should log in to the Endpoint Protection console. The Endpoint Protection console comes up with the Status tab active. Here, you should hit on the Policies tab. Then, the Policies tab appears on your screen. You will see the default policy is present on the left side and it is represented by white horizontal arrow. Next in the Policy Name column, you should tap on the policy which you wish to use as the new default. You will find the Set as Default icon becomes active on your screen. After this, you should hit on the Set as Default icon. Then, you will view Set Default Policy window appears and then hit on the Yes button. At last, the white arrow moves towards the new default policy, which you will use for any new SecureAnywhere installations.

With this above method, the user can implement and select default policies in Webroot Antivirus. For more help related to Webroot, visit to the official site via www.webroot.com/safe.

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