Group policy settings

The function to configure multiple two-factor authentication service settings is called “group policy”. To reflect the group policy settings, you need to create a group, assign PCs, and set service items.

For details of service settings, click here.

・By default, all PCs are assigned to “Default Policy”. When you add a new PC, it will be assigned to “Default Policy”.
・The “Default Policy” cannot be deleted.

Reflection of settings on the PC
The settings are reflected when the PC is connected to the network and starts up.

Access service setting

Click the “PCs” icon in the menu on the left side of the screen, and then click “Service settings”.

Add the group policy

Click the “+” button on the right side of the group policy list.

Input the policy name and click on the “Register” button.

Click “OK” on the confirmation message.
That’s all for registering a group policy.

The newly created group policy is set with all items in the disabled state.

Assigning a PC to a group policy

Click the policy name from the group policy list.

Click the “PC list” tab.

Click the “+” button on the right side of the PC list.

Check the PC and click the “Register” button. (Multiple selections available)

Click “OK” on the confirmation message.
That’s all for PC assignment.

You cannot assign a PC to more than one group policy.

Edit the group policy name

Click the “Edit” button to the right of the policy name in the group policy list.

Change the name of the group and click the “Update” button.

Click “OK” on the confirmation message.
That’s all for changing the group policy name.

Delete the group policy

Click the “Delete” button to the right of the policy name in the Group Policy List.

Click “OK” on the confirmation message.
After deleting the group policy, the PCs assigned to the deleted policy will be reassigned to the “Default Policy”.

That’s all for deleting group policies.

Confirmation of reflection of the group policy

There are three types of group policies: “Reflected”, “ Unreflected”, and “Old policy is reflected”.

Group Policy Reflection Status

  • Reflected: The latest group policy is reflected in the PC.
  • Unreflected: The group policy is not reflected in the PC.
  • Old policy is reflected: The old group policy is reflected in the PC.

The following is the procedure to confirm the group policy.

Click the group policy.

Click the “PC List” tab.

Click the pull-down at the bottom of the state.
Next, click “Unreflected”.

A list of PC that have not reflected the group policy will be displayed.

If unreflected, it is marked with an “X”.

If you want to check the “Old Policy Reflects” status
If you click “Old policy is reflected” in the status pull-down, the list of PC that reflect the old group policy will be displayed.
・If the old policy is reflected, it will be marked with a “warning”.
・If you change the group policy or apply a different group policy, the old policy will be reflected.

If you want to check the “reflected” status
If you click “ Reflected” in the status pull-down, the list of PC that have the latest group policy reflected will be displayed. ・If the latest group policy is reflected, it will be marked with a “check”.