You use several different types of security policies to manage your network security. Most types of policies are automatically created during the installation. You can use the default policies or you can customize policies to suit your specific environment.
The LiveUpdate Content policy and the LiveUpdate Settings policy contain the settings that determine how and when client computers download content updates from LiveUpdate. You can define the computers that clients contact to check for updates and schedule when and how often client computers check for updates.
Application Control policy can be applied only to Windows clients. The Device Control policy applies to Windows and Mac computers.
The Host Integrity policy provides the ability to define, enforce, and restore the security of client computers to keep enterprise networks and data secure. You use this policy to verify that the clients that access your network run the antivirus software, patches, and other application criteria that you define.