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Environment Conditions

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About Environment Conditions

Environment conditions allow rules and rule items to apply when specified Environment variables exist, do not exist, or match a defined value on an endpoint.

A further Environment condition can also be set to apply rules on an endpoint on specified days, times, and dates.

Condition Description
Environment Variable A condition based on matching environment variables. The condition can be to check for the existence of the environment variable on endpoints or to match the value of the variable.
Time and Date A condition that defines the time frame when custom rules apply on endpoints. You can select individual days and specify time ranges.

Create an Environment Variable Condition

  1. Select the node for a Custom rule.
  2. In the work area, select Conditions > Environment > Environment Variable.
  3. Enter the Environment Variable Name.
  4. Select a Condition from the drop-down list, which will govern whether or not associated rule items will apply:
    • Exists - The entered environment variable is found on managed endpoints
    • Does Not Exist - The environment variable is not found on managed endpoints
    • Equal To - The environment variable exists on the endpoint and matches the Value field
    • Not Equal To - The environment variable exists on the endpoint but does not match the Value field
    • Contains - The environment variable exists on the endpoint and includes the string in the Value field
  5. For Equal To, Not Equal To, and Contains conditions, enter the Value that will be used for the match.
  6. Click OK to save.

Create a Date and Time Condition

  1. Select the node for a Custom rule.
  2. In the work area, select Conditions > Environment > Date and Time to display the Date and Time condition dialog displays.
  3. Use a combination of the checkboxes and drop-downs to define the days, dates, and times on which any dependent rule items apply.
  4. Click OK to save the condition.

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