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Tags allow you to group objects using keywords or phrases. Tags can be applied to address objects, address groups (static and dynamic), zones, services, service groups, and to policy rules. You can use a tags to sort or filter objects, and to visually distinguish objects because they can have color. When a color is applied to a tag, the Policy tab displays the object with a background color.
A predefined tag named Sanctioned is available for tagging applications (ObjectsApplications). These tags are required for accurately Monitor > PDF Reports > SaaS Application Usage.
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