You can add policies in one of two ways, either by creating a new policy or by copying an existing policy as a starting point. Each method is described below. Once you have defined a policy name and given it a description, you can then determine the policy settings as described in Changing Policy Settings.
Policy names must be unique, so plan your policies in advance to avoid conflicts later. Once you give a policy a name, you cannot re-use that same name even after a policy has been deleted.
Creating New Policies
You create a new policy by giving it a name and description. Your new policy will pick up the Recommended Default settings as a starting point, but you can change those settings later.
To create a new policy:
Click the Policies tab.
Click Create from the command bar.
In the Create Policy dialog, enter a policy name and description of up to 50 alphanumeric characters, then click the Create Policy button.
Locate your new policy in the Policy tab. Double-click the policy you just created and modify the settings. See Changing policy settings.