You can refine the entitlements import process with the help of the rules that are called as the import settings.
The Import Settings view is divided into the following tabs:
Windows File or Directory
ESM File or Folder
ESM User Group
The import settings are applicable to all the entitlement import jobs for the selected control point type. For example, if you specify the import settings for Windows File and Directory, the settings are considered every time when the entitlements for the Windows File or Directory are imported.
To configure the import settings
Go to Manage > Entitlements > Import Settings.
To specify the import settings for the Windows File or Directory, use the following options and click Save.
Analysis types: You can select one of the following analysis types:
Local and network analysis: Performs the full analysis of effective permissions whether they are obtained by logging on locally or by accessing the file system object through a share.
Security descriptor only: Calculates the effective permissions to the file system object by analyzing only the security descriptor.
Analysis options: You can select any one or all the following analysis options:
Report groups: Includes the Groups in the entitlement import
Report users: Includes only the users in the entitlement import
Skip logon workstations.
Group analysis: You can select one of the following group analysis options:
Report members of all groups: Reports the members of all the groups that are contained in the scope of the entitlement import
Do not report members of these groups: Lets you type the names of the groups separated by a semicolon.
To specify the import settings for ESM- File, Folder Entitlements and ESM- User Group Entitlements, type the policy name and click Save.
The policy name that you type is case-sensitive. The policy name that you type is used when you import the entitlements for the ESM Agents control points.