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A policy is a set of behavior definitions that the administrator assigns to a group of users. For example, you might want to require passwords on devices for users in a high-security group but not for other types of users. For some groups of users, you might need extremely stringent security requirements such as high-strength password formats and frequent automatic scans. Other groups might require lost device protection but no passwords.
When you enroll a device for a user, that device inherits the policies associated with the group to which the user belongs. If necessary, you can override the group policy with a device-specific policy.
SecureAnywhere Mobile Protection installs with a Default Group, a Default Android Policy and a Default iOS Policy.