By default, the
.xml file for Mac OS X group policies (
centrify_mac_settings.xml) is installed in the
C:\Program Files\Centrify\Access Manager\group policy\policy directory when you select Group Policy Editor Extension in the setup program. To use any of the policies, you must add
centrify_mac_settings.xml to a group policy object.
Centrify provides templates in both XML and ADMX format. In most cases, it is best to use the XML template. The ADMX template file,
centrify_mac_settings.admx, resides in a different directory than the
To install the administrative template for Mac OS X group policies:
- Create or edit an existing Group Policy Object linked to a site, domain, or OU that includes Mac OS X computers.
For more information about creating and linking a Group Policy Object, see the Active Directory documentation or Adding Centrify settings to Group Policies Objects.
In the Group Policy Object Editor, expand Computer Configuration, then right-click Centrify Settings and select Add/Remove Templates.
Click Add, then navigate to the directory that contains the Centrify
centrify_mac_settings.xmladministrative template. By default, administrative templates are located in the local
C:\Program Files\Centrify\Access Manager\group policy\policydirectory.
centrify_mac_settings.xmlfile, click Open to add this template to the list of Current Policy Templates, then click Close.
You should now see the administrative template for the Mac OS X group policies listed as Mac OS X Settings under Centrify Settings in the Group Policy Object Editor.