- 11 May 2022
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Viewing and Modifying Existing Enforcement Sets
- Updated on 11 May 2022
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Use the Enforcement Set Configuration page to configure new Enforcement Sets and view, edit, duplicate, rename and delete existing Enforcement Sets.
Enforcement Sets execute a saved query (which can represent a security policy) and then automatically take an action on the query results (policy gaps) to bridge, mitigate, notify or create incidents on the identified gaps.
Renaming an Enforcement Set
To rename an enforcement set
- Click on the left navigation panel. The Enforcement Center page opens.
- Click a specific Enforcement Set record in the table. The Enforcement Set page opens.
- Click edit ; the Enforcement Set name field and the Action field become editable.
- You can rename both an Enforcement Set and an Action. Enter a new name to rename the Enforcement Set, or to rename an Action.
The Enforcement set name must be unique.
The action name does not have to be unique.
- Click Save. The renamed Enforcement Set now appears in the Enforcement Sets list.
Editing and Viewing Enforcement Sets
To view or edit an existing enforcement set, do as follows:
- Click icon on the left navigation panel. The Enforcement Center page opens.
- Click a specific enforcement set record in the table. The Enforcement Set page opens.
You can make the following configuration changes to an existing enforcement set:
- Main Action – change the Main Action configuration or remove the existing Main Action and select and configure a new one. If the Main Action is removed, you will not be able to save your changes until a new Main Action is added.
- Success / Failure / Post Actions – change the existing actions configuration, add new actions, rename or remove existing ones.
- Trigger - add, change or remove the existing trigger configuration.
For more information about working with Enforcement Sets see: