About the Policy tool options

The following table lists the options of the Policy tool:

-gui

Use GUI components when reporting detected conflicts.

-n

Do not report any detected conflicts, and never overwrite the policy.

-p

Specify the TCP port number that is used to contact the manager (default value 5600).

-y

Do not report any detected conflicts, but always overwrite the policy.

-z

Specify the zip file format

Lets the Policy tool export or import a policy, its enabled templates, and enabled word files as a set of packed files in an archive.

-force

Do not abort if the manager is missing checks.

-ignore

Ignore the files that are referenced by the policy that do not exist for import.

Use the -ignore option if you want to restore a policy, that contains templates or word files. The -ignore option is necessary when you have taken the backup of the policy by using the ESM Backup utility.

Note:

The -gui, -n, and -y options are mutually exclusive.

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