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Assign policies to administrators, users, and groups

You can assign user policies to any number of groups, administrators, and users, but each administrator and user can have only one user policy of each type assigned to them. A policy assigned directly to a user or administrator takes precedence over policies assigned to groups that the user or administrator belongs to. If no policy is assigned directly to an administrator or user and the administrator or user belongs to two or more groups that are assigned different policies of the same type, the highest ranked of the assigned polices is applied to the administrator and user.
Each log in to the management console is evaluated against the policies that are assigned to administrators and users, in order, until a policy that is assigned matches. If no policy is assigned to the administrator or user directly, or through a group that they are a member of, the default policy is applied and they can only sign in to the
Cylance
console using their
Cylance
password. The enhanced authentication policies are applied to administrators and users in the following order:
  • User policy app exceptions
  • User policy
  • Tenant app policy
  • Default policy
  1. On the menu bar, click
    Policies > User Policy
    .
  2. Select the tab for the policy type that you want to assign.
  3. Click the name of the policy that you want to assign.
  4. Click
    Assigned Users and Groups
    .
  5. Click
    Add user or group
    .
  6. Click the
    User
    tab.
  7. Start typing a name to search for the user. By default, a maximum of 50 search results are returned. Refine your search when more than 50 search results are returned.
    Administrator accounts are displayed with an The Administrators icon icon in the user list. In some scenarios, you might see two user accounts for one user, an administrator account and an
    Active Directory
    user account.
  8. Select one or more names from the search results. Click
    Add
    .
    You can also assign policies to a user on the user configuration page
  9. Click the
    User Group
    tab.
  10. Start typing a name to search for the group that you want to add. By default, a maximum of 50 search results are returned. Refine your search when more than 50 search results are returned.
  11. Select one or more names from the search results. Click
    Add
    .
    You can also assign policies to a group on the group settings page.
  12. To unassign the policy from a user or group, select the users and groups that you want to unassign the policy for and click
    Remove
    .