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Best practice server/client policies.


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I would like to know what strategies you use in your company. At the moment I'm dealing with the topic "Policies". There are several locations with the same server roles e.g. DHCP, file, mail, terminal and depending on the location different server requirements.

How do you do this? Do you have a policy for each server role? Do you have a policy for each Eset feature?

Are you sorting by location > server role or by server role > location? I'm currently unsure of the best way to handle it.

Wouldn't like to have to adjust policies for each site, server, client or whatever if something changes.

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I'd say it all depends on what default settings you need to change. Basically ESET security products will work with default settings without policies being applied.

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Generally you have a default policy for your organization, then you customize an additional policy per site/location that appends the default policy. Hope this was the info you were looking for.

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