Merge-CIPolicy

Combines the rules in several Code Integrity policy files.

Syntax

Merge-CIPolicy
     [-OutputFilePath] <String>
     [-PolicyPaths] <String[]>
     [-Rules <Rule[]>]
     [<CommonParameters>]

Description

The Merge-CIPolicy cmdlet combines the rules in several Code Integrity policy files. This cmdlet creates a single policy .xml file. You can specify rules to add to the merged list. This cmdlet does not save redundant rules. The cmdlet appends a digit to the IDs of the rules to make the IDs of the rules unique.

Examples

Example 1: Merge policies

PS C:\> Merge-CIPolicy -PolicyPaths '.\Policy.xml','.\Policy02.xml' -OutputFilePath '.\MergedPolicy.xml'

Name           : MSIT Test CodeSign CA 3
Id             : ID_SIGNER_S_17_0
TypeId         : Allow
Root           : FA6B9A2230CE08BCA81D096B28CF495672401D3A43A0D285CF352464A6C9C7FD
FileVersionRef : 
Wellknown      : False
Ekus           : 
Exceptions     : 
FileAttributes : 
FileException  : False
UserMode       : False

Name           : VeriSign Class 3 Code Signing 2010 CA
Id             : ID_SIGNER_S_1D_0
TypeId         : Allow
Root           : 4843A82ED3B1F2BFBEE9671960E1940C942F688D
FileVersionRef : 
Wellknown      : False
Ekus           : 
Exceptions     : 
FileAttributes : 
FileException  : False
UserMode       : False

Name           : Microsoft Windows Third Party Component CA 2012
Id             : ID_SIGNER_S_1E_0
TypeId         : Allow
Root           : CEC1AFD0E310C55C1DCC601AB8E172917706AA32FB5EAF826813547FDF02DD46
FileVersionRef : 
Wellknown      : False
Ekus           : 
Exceptions     : 
FileAttributes : 
FileException  : False
UserMode       : False

Name           : \\?\E:\cmdlets\temp\Microsoft.ConfigCI.Commands.dll Hash Sha1
Id             : ID_ALLOW_A_49_1
TypeId         : Allow
Root           : 
FileVersionRef : 
Wellknown      : False
Ekus           : 
Exceptions     : 
FileAttributes : 
FileException  : False
UserMode       : False

This command merges policies defined in the two .xml files into a third file, MergedPolicy.xml. The cmdlet appends _0 to ID of the rules from the first policy, such as ID_SIGNER_S_17_0. It appends _1 to rules from the second policy, such as ID_ALLOW_A_49_1. The command does not include duplicates. For this example, we present only the first few rules.

Required Parameters

-OutputFilePath

Specifies the path of the merged .xml policy file.

Type:String
Aliases:o
Position:0
Default value:None
Accept pipeline input:False
Accept wildcard characters:False
-PolicyPaths

Specifies an array of paths of the policy .xml files that this cmdlet merges.

Type:String[]
Aliases:p
Position:1
Default value:None
Accept pipeline input:False
Accept wildcard characters:False

Optional Parameters

-Rules

Specifies an array of Rule objects that this cmdlet adds to the merged policy. To obtain a rule object, use the Get-CIPolicy or New-CIPolicyRule cmdlets.

Type:Rule[]
Aliases:r
Position:Named
Default value:None
Accept pipeline input:True (ByValue)
Accept wildcard characters:False

Outputs

Rule

This cmdlet returns the rules in the policy that it creates.