Webroot antivirus is the great security product which gives security to your internet connected devices from online threat like malware and viruses. This software can easily install through www.webroot.com/safe. The user can easily create a new policy just by giving it a name and description to the policy. Keep in mind that the new policy will automatically take the Default settings as a starting point but the user can easily change the settings later. In this blog, you will read the method to Create a New Policy.
Method To Create a New Policy:
First, the user should log in to your Endpoint Protection console. Then, you will see the Endpoint Protection console comes up with the Status tab active. Here, you need to hit on the Policies tab and you will view the Policies tab appears on your screen. Now in the Command bar, you should hit on the Create button. At this point, the Create Policy window displays on your computer. Next in the Policy Name field, you should enter a policy name. After this, in the Policy Description field you should input a description of 50 alphanumeric characters. Then, you have to tap on the Create Policy button. Now in the Policy Name column, you should locate your new policy. At the end, you have to double-tap on the policy and just change the settings or you can Apply the policy to an individual endpoint.
Method to Copying Policies:
If the user already has a similar policy then you can copy it and just rename it. Here, your new policy will use the settings from the policy which you copied and later you can change the settings. In order to copy a policy, you first have to log in to your Endpoint Protection console. And then the Endpoint Protection console will display along with the Status tab active. Now, you need to hit on the Policies tab and then you will view the Policies tab appears on your computer screen. Here in the Policy Name column, you should choose the policy which you wish to use as starting point and then tap on the Copy icon. You will see the Copy Policy window along with the policy which you selected in the Policy to Copy field. Then from the Policy to Copy drop-down menu, you should choose a different policy to copy. At this point, in the Policy Name field, you have to input a unique name. Next in the Policy Description field, you need to enter a description of 50 alphanumeric characters and in the Policy Name column, you have to locate your new policy. At last, you should double-tap on the policy and just change the settings or you can Apply the policy to an individual endpoint.
With this method, you can easily create Policies in Webroot Antivirus. For more help related to Webroot antivirus, you should go to the official site of Webroot via webroot.com/safe.