I need to assign a newly created policy on my EPO server to a server on my network, McAfee Orchestrator 5.1.1

I have to assign a new anti virus policy to a server on my Windows 2012 network. I went into my EPO server and duplicated an existing policy and changed it the way I want it to work. Now the policy exists but I am not sure how to assign it. I go to POLICY ASSIGNMENTS and SYSTEMS and find my server but I am not sure how to associated with my new policy. All advice welcome
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btanExec ConsultantCommented:
though it stated v4.x, it should still applies for v5
2.Click Systems.
3.Under System Tree, select the group that the computer to be managed resides in.
4.Click the Systems tab and select the computer(s) you want to manage.
5.Click the Assigned Policies tab and select the product to be managed for the selected computer(s) from the drop-down list.
 >NOTE: The ePO agent for Windows policy settings are under the McAfee Agent product selection.
6.Under the Actions column, click Edit Assignment to create a product-specific custom policy for the selected computers.
7.To the right of Inherit from, select Break inheritance and assign the policy and settings below to configure custom policy settings.
8.To the right of Assigned policy, select one of the following:
 >To work on an existing policy from the drop-down list:
Click Edit Policy
Make the necessary changes and click Save.
 >To set up a new policy:
Click New Policy.
Specify a name to create a new custom policy setting and click OK.
Make the necessary changes and click Save.
9.To the right of Lock policy inheritance, select the appropriate option to either allow or prevent policy inheritance from being broken below the currently selected level.
10.Click Save.

For the v5 guide, see pg 171-172 for the "Assign a policy to a managed system"
OR even pg 173-174 on "Copy policy assignments" to "Paste policy assignments to a group" and "Paste policy assignments to a specific system"

Know also the policy overrides scheme as there can be conflict and which will be taken precedence (also in the above pdf guide)
Policies in ePO can be assigned to users and systems using any of the following rules:

System Tree Assignment
System Based Rule Assignment (ePO 4.6 and later only)
User Based Rule Assignment

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