ICDx may create only a single policy for multiple SEP Client Groups with the same name
Last Updated June 12, 2019
Integrated Cyber Defence exchange (ICDx) may create only a single policy for multiple SEP Client Groups with the same name. In situations where more than one SEP Client Group has the same name but are located in a different location, ICDx may create only a single policy.
Example of SEP Client Groups with same name but different location:
In the event that the three Client Groups above were not the subject of inheritance from the levels above them, ICDx would generate only one SEP policy for the three client groups. The other two client groups would therefore not receive the blacklist policy via the Adapter.
ICDx version 1.2.0
Symantec commits to resolve this issue in an upcoming release.
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