Policy Management Software DEFINITION: A policy server is a security component of a policy-based network that provides authorization services and facilitates tracking and control of files. The policy server accepts access control requests, processes them against a formal set of statements that define how the network's resources are to be allocated among its clients (known as the policy), and returns access control responses.In a policy-based
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