Navigate to the Policy Editor
Select "Administration | Policies" on the side panel,
To create a new policy, click the "CREATE" button on the toolbar to open the policy editor window.
In the policy editor, firstly select DeviceID from the Category drop-down list
Enter or select the following policy bindings:
The policy holder defines the scope of the policy.
|Name:||An unique name that describe this policy|
Optionally, you can bind the policy to a specific applicaiton or a list of applications. To specify the application(s), select the field: Apply policy to these applications
If the field Apply policy to these applications is left empty, then the policy will be applied to all applications.
|Option||Value or Selection||Remark|
|Maximum Number of Devices||0 or any number|
|Device Activation||Automatically activate the device when registered||When a DeviceID token is registered, DualShield server will automatically activate the token.|
|Send activation code to the user when registered||When a DeviceID token is registered, DualShield server will not activate the token. Instead, it will send an activation code to the user.|
|Do nothing||When a DeviceID token is registered, the token will not be activated, and the activation code will not be sent either.|
|Grace Period (hours)||0 or any number|
If the grace period is enabled, then the user can continue to use the device within the grace period while the device is waiting to be activated.
0 means that there is no grace period (disabled). In other words, the device will be blocked immediately until it is activated.
|Grace period applied to the first token only|
|Send Grace Period Notifications|