Server Configuration > Server Policies for SCM > Other Policies
Other Policies
Other policies may include policies that are not rendered graphically, certain custom or workflow and document (IM) policies for maintaining backwards compatibility, policies for setting client-side triggers, or permission inheritance policies for development path ACLs. Such policies may operate at the global or project level.
The Other tab allows you to specify policies that are not available on any of the other tabs.
If no policies display in the Other policies tab, then no additional policies were set. Administrator-created policies display here and are maintained by the administrator.
Other examples of policies that can be set include LockStates and Allowed States, as well as client defaults not available on the Client Defaults tab.
For more information on setting permission inheritance for development path ACLs, see “User and Group Permissions: Access Control Lists”.
To set other policies