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Other policy settings are the primary interface for configuring the product or component.
Extensions replace the NAP files of previous releases.
Functionality that extensions add When a managed product extension is installed, added functionality can include: Where extension files are located Some product extensions are installed automatically when e Policy Orchestrator is installed.
Configuring Policies for the First Time When configuring policies and tasks for the first time: Extensions are zip files you install on the e PO server to manage another security product in your environment.
The extensions contain the files, components, and information necessary to manage such a product.
This article covers several layers of the Mc Afee e Policy Orchestrator server client policies and tasks.
The Mc Afee EPO server manages all the settings for the Mc Afee clients on our systems.
Managing products from a single location is a central feature of e Policy Orchestrator and is accomplished through the combination of product policies and client tasks.
Policies ensure a product’s features are configured correctly, while client tasks are the scheduled actions that run on the managed systems hosting any client-side software.
For products whose extensions are not installed by default, see the product documentation for the extension name and location on the product CD or in the product download.A policy is a collection of settings that you create, configure, then enforce.