Name and Schedule

On the Name and Schedule page of the Additional Policy wizard:
  1. In the Policy name text box, enter the name for the added policy.
  2. In the Effective time panel, set the time during which you want the policy to apply.
    1. Select either:
      • All the time: The policy will always apply.
      • Specified times: If you select this option, you must select one of the following options from the drop-down list:
        • Regular hours: The policy will apply during regular hours (not during Special Hours).
        • Special Hours: The policy will apply during special hours (as defined on the Special hours page).
        • Custom times: If you select this option, you must set at least one custom time by doing the following:
          1. Set the start and end times by using the From and to time-selector controls.

            You can set the times by clicking beside either the hour, minute, or meridian (AM or PM) setting and scrolling with your mouse wheel until you get the time that you want.

          2. Select the days of the week check boxes for the days on which you want the additional policy to apply.
          3. Click Add to add the date and time setting to the list of custom times.

            You can select multiple date and time settings, but the times that you select must be chronological: the From time cannot follow the to time. For example, you cannot set a time range ending at 12:00 AM, as this is treated as the beginning of the day, not the end of the day, which is 11:59 PM. You can set up to 25 custom times. All of the custom times that you set will be used.

      Note
      If you select Specified times, and Special hours is not available, this is because you have not defined a special hours policy, or you have configured a special hours policy and enabled it, but then disabled it.
  3. Select the Turn on this policy for machines connecting from: check box and choose anywhere, outside your network or inside your network. If you do not select this check box, the policy will not be immediately enabled.
    For more information on how users can connect from outside your network, see Endpoint Web Control.
  4. Optionally, select the Automatically deactivate policy on check box, and set the Date and Time on which you want the exception turned off.

    You can set the times by clicking beside either the hour, minute, or meridian (AM or PM) setting and scrolling with your mouse wheel until you get the time that you want.

  5. Click Save to close the Additional Policy wizard and return to the Additional Policies page.