Set Up or Override a Default Security Profile Group
Use the following options to set up a default security profile group to be used in new security policies, or to override an existing default group. When an administrator creates a new security policy, the default profile group will be automatically selected as the policy’s profile settings, and traffic matching the policy will be checked according to the settings defined in the profile group (the administrator can choose to manually select different profile settings if desired). Use the following options to set up a default security profile group or to override your default settings.
If no default security profile exists, the profile settings for a new security policy are set to
- Create a security profile group.
- Selectand Add a new security profile group.ObjectsSecurity Profile Groups
- 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. For details on creating profiles, see Security Profiles.
- ClickOKto save the profile group.
- Add the security profile group to a security policy.
- Addor modify a security policy rule and select theActionstab.
- SelectGroupfor theProfile Type.
- In theGroup Profiledrop-down, select the group you created (for example, select the Threats group):
- ClickOKto save the policy andCommityour changes.
- Set up a default security profile group.
- Selectand add a new security profile group or modify an existing security profile group.ObjectsSecurity Profile Groups
- Namethe security profile groupdefault:
- Confirm that the default security profile group is included in new security policies by default:
- SelectandPoliciesSecurityAdda new security policy.
- Select theActionstab and view theProfile Settingfields:By default, the new security policy correctly shows theProfile Typeset to Group and the defaultGroup Profileis selected.
- Override a default security profile group.If you have an existing default security profile group, and you do not want that set of profiles to be attached to a new security policy, you can continue to modify the Profile Setting fields according to your preference. Begin by selecting a different Profile Type for your policy ().PoliciesSecuritySecurity Policy RuleActions
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