You can edit a content filtering policy template by using any of the following options:
Enable or disable the conditions that are used in a template.
Edit the frequency that is specified for match lists in a template.
Edit the match lists that are used in a template.
You can customize the default templates based on your requirements. For example, every organization has sensitive information regarding to their projects. You can use the Sensitive Project Code Names match list to feed project code names. The Project Data template uses the Sensitive Project Code Names match list to identify the project code names that are at a risk of exposure.
When you edit a template, the changes are reflected in all the content filtering rules that use the template.
To edit a content filtering policy template
In the console on the primary navigation bar, click Policies.
In the sidebar under Content Enforcement, click Content Filtering Rules.
In the content area, double-click a rule.
On the Rule tab under Content pane, click Template.
In the Select a template window, select the template that you want to edit and click Edit template.
Alternatively you can double-click the template that you want to edit.
Edit the description for the template.
Edit the frequency that is specified for match lists in the template.
Uncheck the box beside the match list name to disable it.
If you disable the parent condition, the child conditions are no longer applicable.
Click OK and then click Close.
On the toolbar, click Deploy changes to apply your changes.
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