Conventions for schemas of inheritance of settings in policies and policy profiles

The following table provides the conventions used in the inheritance schemas.

Graphical elements

Graphical element

Description

devices

Devices in the administration group to which settings apply.

White arrow

Setting is inherited and can be edited.

Blue arrow

Setting is inherited from the highest-level policy and cannot be edited.

green arrow

Setting is inherited from a higher-level policy and cannot be edited.

lock

Lock is disabled.

dark lock

Lock is enabled.

lock

Lock is enabled and cannot be edited.

settings locked

Option is enabled and can be changed.

settings, inactive

Option is enabled and cannot be changed.

settings, gray

Option is disabled.

Policy settings.

Within profile

Policy profile settings.

 

Settings; solid line

Solid line: setting is applied in any case.

Settings: dotted line

Dotted line: setting is applied only if the local settings of the program do not include this setting; otherwise, only the local setting is applied.

Designations

Designation

Description

A, B, C

Parameters in policy settings.

1, 2, 3, ...

Values of parameters.

Managed devices

Managed devices group.

Child group 1

Group within Managed devices group.

Child group 2

Group within Managed devices group.

Policy 1, Policy 2, ...

Policies.

Profile 1, Profile 2, ...

Policy profiles.

See also

Schema: one child group inherits policy from parent group, another child group has its own policy

Schema: child groups inherit policy from parent group

Schema: no inherited policies; parent group and child groups each have their own policies

About inheritance of settings in policies and policy profiles

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