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03: How can I create PolicyPak Least Privilege Manager policies with Netwrix Privilege Secure (even when the PolicyPak Client Side Extension is unlicensed?)
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Starting with builds later than July 2023, the PolicyPak Client side extension will not need to be expressly licensed when used in conjunction with Netwrix Privilege Secure.

Said another way, when you evaluate or purchase Netwrix Privilege Secure, some major endpoint management and elevation functions are automatically available to you without needing to install any specific endpoint license.

First, you will need to configure the PolicyPak CSE using Global Netwrix Privilege Secure Configuration Policy and have it affect endpoints. This is the switch which turns on Privilege Secure on the Endpoints when the PolicyPak CSE is installed.

Then after that, you are welcome to create policies which affect endpoints such as Executable, Windows Installer, etc… and have them work unlicensed. Remember: This only works when used in conjunction with Netwrix Privilege Secure. For example, an Executable policy may be started like this….

But one of the first screens you will encounter is this. At this screen you must select “Use with Netwrix Privilege Secure” like what’s seen below.

The remaining screens will work unlicensed, because the policy is conjoined with Netwrix Privilege Secure.

However, if you attempt to create PolicyPak Least Privilege Manager policies without conjoining them with Netwrix Privilege Secure, the policy will be saved and delivered. But the PolicyPak CSE will not process it without a PolicyPak Least Privilege Manager license.

Another way to know what policies will work UNLICENSED vs LICENSED is to simply look at the view of all the policies. Those which state “Netwrix Privilege Secure” will run fine when the PolicyPak CSE is unlicensed. Those which do not have this listed means that the policy will be honored when the PolicyPak CSE is licensed for PolicyPak Least Privilege Manager.

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