Use the Assets view to assign a profile to an asset.
To assign a profile to an asset
Browse to select a profile, and click OK. You can only choose profiles that are in the selected asset's partition.
Asset Administrators can manually add and remove tags to an asset using the Tags pane, which is located at the bottom of the General tab when an asset is selected on the Assets view.
You cannot manually remove dynamically assigned tags which are indicated by a lightening bolt icon. You must modify the rule associated with the dynamic tag if you want to remove it. For more information, see Modifying an asset or asset account tag.
To manually add a tag to an asset
Place your cursor in the edit box and enter the tag to be assigned to the selected asset.
As you type, existing tags that start with the letters entered will appear allowing you to select a tag from the list.
To add additional tags, press Enter before entering the next tag.
If you do not see the new tag, click Refresh.
To remove a manually assigned tag, click the X inside the tag box.
Use the Accounts tab on the Assets view to add an account to an asset.
For more information about an account's details, see Adding an account.
When one or more Windows servers use a directory account (such as an Active Directory account) to run hosted services and/or tasks, an Asset Administrator can configure a dependency relationship between the directory account and the Windows servers. Safeguard for Privileged Passwords performs dependent system updates to maintain the passwords for dependent accounts on all the systems that use them. For example, when Safeguard for Privileged Passwords changes the directory account password, it updates the credentials on all the Windows server's dependent accounts so that the services or tasks using this account are not interrupted.
Note: You must add directory accounts to Safeguard for Privileged Passwords before you can set up account dependency relationships. For more information, see Adding directory accounts to a directory.