Create a Security Profile Group
Use the following steps to create a security profile group and add it to a security policy.
- Create a security profile group.If you name the groupdefault, the firewall will automatically attach it to any new rules you create. This is a time saver if you have a preferred set of security profiles that you want to make sure get attached to every new rule.
- SelectandObjectsSecurity Profile GroupsAdda new security profile group.
- Give the profile group a descriptiveName, for example, Threats.
- If the firewall is in Multiple Virtual System Mode, enable the profile to beSharedby all virtual systems.
- Add existing profiles to the group.
- ClickOKto save the profile group.
- Add a security profile group to a security policy.
- SelectandPoliciesSecurityAddor modify a security policy rule.
- Select theActionstab.
- In the Profile Setting section, selectGroupfor theProfile Type.
- In theGroup Profiledrop-down, select the group you created (for example, select the best-practice group):
- ClickOKto save the policy andCommityour changes.
- Save your changes.ClickCommit.
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