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ALSO CALLED: Policy-Based Management (Network Management), Policy-Based Networking, Group Policy Management, Network Policy Management, PBN, Network Resource Management, Policy Management
DEFINITION: Policy-based management is an administrative approach that is used to simplify the management of a given endeavor by establishing policies to deal with situations that are likely to occur. Policies are operating rules that can be referred to as a way to maintain order, security, consistency, or otherwise furth a goal or mission. For example, a town council might have a policy against hiring the relatives  … 

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