Settings Policies (Preview)
Settings policies allow an admin to deploy settings for users. Each policy includes one or multiple settings. The settings in these policies can be applied as default or admin enforced.
Default Settings: Settings that do not have the admin enforced box checked will fall into this category. This option will configure the default settings but will allow users to change the settings.
Admin Enforced Settings: Settings with the admin enforced box checked will configure the settings and these settings will not be editable by users.
Settings will be applied in the following order:
- 1.Application default settings (No policy applied)
- 2.Default policy, settings not admin enforced
- 3.User level policy, settings not admin enforced
- 4.End user configured settings
- 5.Default policy, settings admin enforced
- 6.User level policy, settings admin enforced
Scenario 1: An end user configures a setting (option 4). This will override the setting configured in option 1, 2, and three.
Scenario 2: A setting is configured in a user level policy and is admin enforced (option 6). This will override all other settings configured in option 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5.