To save a policy file
You can also click the (close) icon in the upper-right of the policy panel to close the policy. If you have made changes, you are prompted to save them.
The policy is saved as a new version; not as the version number that you opened.
Note: If the file contains unresolved syntax errors when you click Save, the editor gives you an option to Save with Errors. One Identity recommends that you correct errors before saving to ensure that the policy server does not reject all commands.
The Errors pane is located across the bottom of the Edit Policy view and provides feedback on any errors encountered when you click the Error Check button. While in the text editor, error checking only checks for syntax errors; when in the GUI editor, error checking also checks that the policy is correctly configured to use profile-based (or role based) policy. Double-clicking an error message takes you to the line in question.
The new version of the policy becomes the latest version in use by Privilege Manager.
To delete Privilege Manager role
From the PM Policy Editor view, select a role and click Delete Role.
From the Delete Role dialog, click Delete.
Confirm the delete.
Note: Deleting a role from the policy may prevent users from running commands or completing tasks that are allowed by this role.
To change the policy version
The Change Version dialog displays.
The policy file is saved as a new version and becomes the currently active policy.
The Policy Changes report provides the details of changes made to the policy.
To create the Policy Changes report
You can also navigate to this report from the Reporting tab on the mangement console.
The report opens a new Policy Changes tab on the Reporting view.
It launches a new browser or application page and displays the report in the selected format.
Note: When generating multiple reports simultaneously or generating a single report that contains a large amount of data, One Identity recommends that you increase the JVM memory. (See JVM Memory Tuning Suggestions for details.)