ZENworks 10 Configuration Management lets you create the following policy types:
Browser Bookmarks Policy: Lets you configure Internet Explorer favorites for Windows devices and users.
Dynamic Local User Policy: Lets you create new users and manage existing users created on Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Vista workstations; and Windows 2000, 2003, and Windows 2008 Terminal Server sessions after the users have successfully authenticated to the user source.
Local File Rights Policy: Lets you configure rights for files or folders that exist on the NTFS file systems.
The policy can be used to configure basic and advanced permissions for both local and domain users and groups. It provides the ability for an administrator to create custom groups on managed devices.
Printer Policy: Lets you configure Local, SMB, HTTP, and iPrint printers on a Windows machine.
Remote Management Policy: Lets you configure the behavior or execution of Remote Management sessions on the managed device. The policy includes properties such as Remote Management operations and security.
Roaming Profile Policy: Lets you to create a user profile that is stored in a network path.A user profile contains information about a user’s desktop settings and personal preferences, which are retained from session to session.Any user profile that is stored in a network path is known as a roaming profile. Every time the user logs on to a machine, his profile is loaded from the network path. This helps the user to move from machine to machine and still retain consistent personal settings.
SNMP Policy: Lets you configure SNMP services on the managed devices.
Windows Group Policy: Lets you configure a group policy for Windows devices.
ZENworks Explorer Configuration Policy: Lets you to administer and centrally manage the behavior and features of the ZENworks Explorer.