You can use a default policy as is, or further customize it to suit a specific corporate environment.
This list shows each policy, whether a default policy is created during the initial installation, and a description for each policy.
Typically, you perform most shared policy-related from the Policies page, while you perform non-shared tasks from the Clients page.
Endpoint Protection Manager learns communications behavior, creates and deploys security and enforcement policies, manages user and computer group structures, and communicates with other Endpoint Protection Manager servers.
Through Symantec's heartbeat communication protocol, Endpoint Protection Manager learns about user, application, and network behavior from clients.
Endpoint Protection Manager provides enterprises with an up-to-the-minute view of their security status.
Policies help Endpoint Protection Manager managed clients that connect to the server to get the latest policies, security settings, and software updates.This allows a client to have different policies based on their location.If a client is not receiving an expected policy change it could be that the client is currently operating in a different location from the one being edited.Follow the troubleshooting steps in to verify that the client and server are communicating properly.In most cases this will resolve any issues you might have getting policy changes distributed to clients.You may need to change the default update method to the clients, depending on the client platform, network configuration, number of clients, or your company's security policies and access policies.