Viewing a policy group's policies and assigned licenses

You can open a policy group and see the Absolute licenses assigned to it and the status of its policies.

To view a policy group:

  1. Log in to the Absolute console as a user with View permissions for Policies and Licenses.
  2. On the navigation bar, click and click Policy Groups.

  3. On the Policy Groups sidebar, search for and then click the policy group that you want to view. The policy group's Devices page opens in the work area.
  4. Click Settings.
  5. The following information shows on this page:

    NOTE  Some information is not available in the Unlicensed Policy Group.

    • Name and description of the policy group
    • Agent Version: the version of the Absolute agent assigned to the policy group
    • NOTE  The agent version is always the current version unless automatic agent updates are disabled for your account in Agent Management. If your user role is granted Manage permissions for Version Control, you can click the agent version to go to the Agent Management page.

    • License Enforcement: indicates whether your account's license agreement defines a number of available licenses, which can't be exceeded. Possible values are Enabled and Disabled. Note that license enforcement is typically enabled for standard license agreements, and disabled for Enterprise License Agreements and Site Licenses.
    • Offline Freeze Rule: indicates whether the policy group is assigned to an activated Offline Freeze rule. Possible values are None, Active, and Inactive.
    • Devices in policy group: shows the number of devices associated with the policy group.
    • Licenses: shows the base license and any add-on licenses assigned to the policy group
    • Policies: shows the status of the policies in the policy group, which is represented by one of the following indicators:

      Policy is active. The policy is activated on the devices in the policy group.

      Policy is inactive. The policy is not activated on the devices in the policy group.

    • License Status: shows the status of the assigned base license
    • If your account has available licenses, or all licenses are assigned, the indicator shows.

      If your account is over-installed A state in which the Absolute agent is installed on more devices in your account than the number of purchased licenses., a warning message shows the number of over-installed licenses. To resolve the warning, you'll need to take steps to bring your licenses into compliance.

  6. [Optional] If you have Manage permissions for Policies and Licenses:
  7. To view the current policy configurations for an Endpoint Data Discovery policy:
    1. Next to Endpoint Data Discovery, click Configure. The Configure EDD dialog opens showing the policy rules and scan schedule that are applied.
    2. Click Cancel to close the dialog.
  8. To view the current policy configurations for an Application Resilience policy:
    1. Next to Application Resilience, click Configure. The Configure Application Resilience dialog opens showing the current policy configuration for each resilient application A third party application that is actively monitored by the Absolute agent. This feature is available only when the Application Resilience policy is activated on a device. Depending on the configuration of this policy, the agent may be able to repair the application if it's non-compliant, or reinstall it if it's missing. under Configuration Summary.
    2. Click Cancel to close the dialog.