- Create a new policy of the type Authentication or
select an existing one.
- Under Logon Options, select the
required service account list from the Service Account
List drop-down list.
Note: The default setting is [No list], this means that no service account list
applies. Rollout operators logging on to the endpoint after installation
of SafeGuard Enterprise are not treated as guest users and may activate
SafeGuard Power-on Authentication and be added to the endpoint. To undo
the assignment of a service account list, select the [No list]
- Save your changes by clicking the Save icon
in the toolbar.
You can now transfer the policy to the respective endpoints to make the service accounts
available on them.
Note: If you select different service account lists in different policies which are all relevant
according to the RSOP (Resulting Set of Policies, the settings valid for a
specific computer/group), the service account list assigned in the last policy
applied overrules all previously assigned service account lists. Service account
lists are not merged. To view the RSOP in Users and
Computers, you need at least Read Only
access rights for the relevant objects.