How to edit fspm tables

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How to edit fspm tables

Hi Guys

 

I have a question. If I make a schedule task in Root I cannot edit this task or delete in sub policy domains.

I also saw this problem in firewall rules in antivirus mode. I just can edit firewall rules in root but I cannot edit this in sub policy domain separately.

Is there any way for fix this problem?

 

Thanks

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Re: How to edit fspm tables

Hello MohammadReza,

 

In Scheduled tasks table you can edit any field except for the index one which is Name in this case. This is how table inheritance works in Policy Manager. You cannot delete the task, but it is possible to disable it by setting for example start time to some date in future (see Help text).

 

Regarding Firewall Rules table you have two options:

1) On the root level move "-------Sub-domain and host-specific rules go here-------" placeholder to the top of the table by means of "Move up" button. In this case rules added on the sub-domain level will have higher priority.

2) On the sub-domain level choose another (i.e. Custom) security level ("Internet Shield security level at host" setting).

 

 

BR,
Marina
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F-Secure

Re: How to edit fspm tables

Hello MohammadReza,

 

In Scheduled tasks table you can edit any field except for the index one which is Name in this case. This is how table inheritance works in Policy Manager. You cannot delete the task, but it is possible to disable it by setting for example start time to some date in future (see Help text).

 

Regarding Firewall Rules table you have two options:

1) On the root level move "-------Sub-domain and host-specific rules go here-------" placeholder to the top of the table by means of "Move up" button. In this case rules added on the sub-domain level will have higher priority.

2) On the sub-domain level choose another (i.e. Custom) security level ("Internet Shield security level at host" setting).

 

 

BR,
Marina
Regular Member

Re: How to edit fspm tables

Thanks gerema