Creating a policy group

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Article ID: 179058

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Messaging Gateway

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Resolution

The Policy Groups page lists each policy group. The Default policy group is always the last group in the list. The Default policy group contains all users and all domains. Although you can add or modify actions for the Default policy group, you cannot add members to the Default policy group. You cannot delete, disable, or change the precedence of the Default policy group.

Note:

If you enabled probe participation, the Probe Account policy group appears in the list of policy groups. If only this list does not have pre-existing custom policy groups, then Probe Account policy group is the first group in the list. You can change the precedence of the Probe Account policy group. When you edit the Probe Account policy group, the Probe Accounts page appears.

To create a policy group

  1. In the Control Center, click Administration > Users > Policy Groups.

  2. On the Policy Groups page, click Add.

  3. In the Policy group name field, type a name that identifies this group.

  4. Click Save.

    After you create a policy group, you can add members.

    See Adding members to a policy group.