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Old 03-22-2005, 07:32 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello, is there a way to create a template of a 'Default' policy. It is quite time consuming every time you create a new Policy, to have fill out all the options again - when I really only want to change a few. Is there a way to copy Policies?

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Unfortunately I don't think so. This would be a great feature though.
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you may want to look at the ITPolicy2 and ITPolicyTemplate2 tables in the database.
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We had problems importing the SQL table to existing BESs so we just wrote a quick VB script to type the key presses - simple but effective (as long as you don't click out of the IT Policy window while it's doing it's thing!). Try something like this:

set WshShell = WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell")

WshShell.AppActivate "New IT Policy"
WshShell.SendKeys "%p"
WScript.Sleep 50
WshShell.SendKeys "{tab}"
WScript.Sleep 50
WshShell.SendKeys "{home}"
WScript.Sleep 50
WshShell.SendKeys "{down}"
WScript.Sleep 50
WshShell.SendKeys " "
WScript.Sleep 50
WshShell.SendKeys "{enter}"
WScript.Sleep 50
WshShell.SendKeys "{down}"

See http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...thSendKeys.asp for full list of options with SendKeys.

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