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Hi Community, 😉

Please advise me what I've done wrong.

I am setting permission sets for different teams with Active Directory integration to be able to "edit" ENS policies.

Created AD security groups and mapped them to permission set.

Modified permission set permission accordingly:

  • Policy Management - Approver Permission
  • Endpoint Security Common - View and change policy settings
  • Endpoint Security Threat Prevention - View and change policy settings, View and change task settings
  • Endpoint Security Adaptive Threat Protection - View and change policy settings

The problem is that I am still unable to edit any ENS policies. I have only "View" option and that's it. What am I missing?

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The reason for that, is that you may not want your policy, for example, that is assigned at my org to be modified by a non-admin.  Users with policy edit/create permissions can, however, duplicate yours and assign as needed.  Otherwise if you want them to be able to edit any policy, they would have to be added as owners.  I also don't see where you can add a security group, just individual users and it is also on an individual policy basis.

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If the policies they are trying to edit were created by someone else, that is as designed.  You would need to add each user as owner to the policy for them to be able to edit it.

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The reason for that, is that you may not want your policy, for example, that is assigned at my org to be modified by a non-admin.  Users with policy edit/create permissions can, however, duplicate yours and assign as needed.  Otherwise if you want them to be able to edit any policy, they would have to be added as owners.  I also don't see where you can add a security group, just individual users and it is also on an individual policy basis.

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Hi,

Yes, looks like you are right... Thanks!

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Glad to assist!

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