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Deploying a DLP Policy

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Hello

I am working on ePO 5.10, in DLP 11.4. I am in the Policy Assignment  tab and I notice two things:

1. The date for the Last Applied is 27 Apr 2020 ( how do I change this. I have updated since then)

2. Pending Changes shows Yes

How do force the changes? Or where do I change when the changes are made?

 

Thanks

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Re: Deploying a DLP Policy

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Hi @skeating ,

Thank you for writing in here.

Whenever you make a change to a rule, rule-set associated with the policy or when you modify any classifications or Definitions, or create any new classifications or definitions then you would see pending changes in for the policy in the DLP Policy Manager.

In this video, i have showed an example as of when you would see pending changes as Yes and what to do to make it No,

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Only if these pending changes are applied, only then the modifications made within the policy would take effect on the client machines.

 

Thank you.

Regards,
Jithendran S
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Hi @skeating ,

Thank you for writing in here.

Whenever you make a change to a rule, rule-set associated with the policy or when you modify any classifications or Definitions, or create any new classifications or definitions then you would see pending changes in for the policy in the DLP Policy Manager.

In this video, i have showed an example as of when you would see pending changes as Yes and what to do to make it No,

[video]

 

Only if these pending changes are applied, only then the modifications made within the policy would take effect on the client machines.

 

Thank you.

Regards,
Jithendran S
McAfee Employee

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Re: Deploying a DLP Policy

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Thanks for the information. My screen was expanded so far that I could not see the Action button.

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Hi @skeating ,

I get it 🙂 

 

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Jithendran S
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Re: Deploying a DLP Policy

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We have more than 1 ePO admin.  Is there a way to tell what the Pending Changes are (list somewhere)--prior to applying them?

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Hi @jordan23 ,

You can check the audit logs to see which user modified which rule set and which policy got the state pending changes.

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Thank you.

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Jithendran S
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