Within the console, click on All Rules. It's going to give you a list of every single rule that's available in our environment. For example, some rules have a rating and a verification which means that Scriptlogic has tested this role to be compatible and useful within the application. If I want to be able to, for example, search for Adobe, and I want to elevate their privileges for Adobe Reader throughout my environment, you see all the different search results based on Adobe that I have for import. For example, Adobe Reader, once I click on it, it will given basic details as far as to how this rule was created. It is showing me an executable that I can simply elevate privileges for as well as the groups.
But if I want to make modifications, for example, I want to add a group in my environment maybe a domain admins or any other. I can select and I can use Active Directory to select such group. From here, I just want to make verifications that I'm targeting a particular workstation or a platform, I can check this option is off. And if I want to add any Validation Logic rule, I can do that also focusing maybe on a group or user name.
From there, I can go ahead and simply select the GPO that I want to attach it to. So I know this is going to belong to my Los Angeles GPO. I'm going to go ahead Finish which will import the particular rule. And when I go back into my environment and I'm checking the LA GPO, l now have an Adobe Reader rule that has been imported from the community. Thanks, everyone. And that's how you import a rule from the community.