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System Management Overview Updated
Learn how to create and enforce policies across devices, and organize those devices into groups. The System Management page can be accessed from the Manage tab. This page consists of a table for policies, a table for groups, and a Worklet catalog....
Viewing an Individual Policy or Group
You can view individual policy or individual group details from the System Management page. Viewing Policy Details From the Manage >  System Management  page, click the policy or worklet name. This will open the Edit Policy or ...
Managing Policy and Group Assignments
From the Manage > System Management page, you can manage how policies and groups are assigned to each other. Associating Groups with a Policy You can associate a group or multiple groups with a policy from the System Management page or fr...
Determining Which Policies are Assigned to Which Group
You can view policy and group assignments from the Manage > System Management page. Viewing What Policies Are Associated With a Group You can view which policies are associated with a group. From the System Management page, click the...
Searching and Filtering for an Individual Policy or Group
From the console, click Manage to open the System Management page. From here, you can use the search bars on the System Management page to find an individual policy or group. From the System Management page, enter the name of the policy or ...
Managing Groups
You can organize and manage systems updates using groups. These group settings are accessed from the main console by clicking Manage . It is possible to arrange groups by department or geography, or whatever makes sense for your organization. You ...
Managing Policies
You can create patch, software, and custom configuration policies (Worklets) that are enforced regardless of geographic location. From the main console, click Manage to access these settings. Viewing Policies You can view a list of all policie...
Creating a Patch Policy
Patch policies are used to patch some or all of the software that Automox natively supports. From the main console, click Manage > Policies . On the S ystem Management  page, c lick Create Policy. T he following types of patch policies...
Creating a Required Software Policy
The required software policy is designed to distribute and install software to the devices in your organization. By uploading an installation binary and setting the package name, installation command, and schedule, you can deploy software to an unl...
Creating a Worklet
Use the Worklet™ option to perform any scriptable action on devices, including disabling a vulnerable process, managing native OS controls, mass rollback of patches, and moving unwanted applications. Note: Before you create a worklet from sc...